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COBB'S 

NEW SPELLBSTG book, 

IN SIX PARTS. 



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tbonfs, .nd TnpthoDga, all ■rparaiely clasaed bpife wJHh wg«rd to ijg 

teraiioaiiQg Syllable in each word, and to the Mvafiie^ dH- 

tinct clamficatibn of the 8l&gii and Double C5bo»^*nt©. la 

which all 8Ii,X9T: <soRaoirAWTa are excluded^ 

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^IS!1«!'%'?"**'" '"^ vfceuAk 8o»nds of the CoMcHiMtfe and Com. 
binationa of Con«onant8, c. d. F.fl.8, t. X.ck,ko,i»,«,i,to. i«. acca/ 

peculiff apunds and terminating syllabiea, wiih a <Na. 
tiuct cfaunfication of the nsatt aro DdviLS co«- 

SOMAiftS aWd 8II.BNT COMSOJUXni^' 

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Cont^ina vewux. bi^/iHonoira ; aa. wordt fpelled aiAt«. dtflertfatlv aeeen. 

^k ^.T^Jf** '^^"' *^*«^ '^^f«»« « «fte preceding Parta of 
the book J Yaiiable and Irregular OrthoirBphyaSd iSt^ . 
nunciation, &c., Ac.i ; ...n f^hr? 

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Usual JSamea of Men and Women, all alphabeticallrarSi^r^ : 

1^',-i^ -^r ' Part vj./ ;-,.t. 

^^P^'ij^'T"'" ofihe English Language ; Nuttbei* ^nd Figures. 
■ Y?^?^** y! -{^' °"*^ Abbteviations u«ed in writing and Printing/ 

i M *^y17yman*;obb, AM., 

Auiifir of tie Fh-»t Book, Juvenile Seathr, Noe. 1, «. antf 3 5^tf«l «« 

-.^^ phenng Book Nee. I mtd 8» ita. I;ie. 

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Th» gteat and prominent objaois ©f a fp^lng Book should be, to aki tlie nopD 

To effect this ni68t ittHKntant object, the Spellina; Book rholud contain most ol 
*e. common and'ttsefiil w^rds of the Uhgruape, properly classed," divided, pro- 
louiiced, »q4 Mcented, e^hibitingr, in the diUfiMront SpelUng Le**on»«, all the va- 
.leiies of vowel and consonant oound* in the lanjruaKC, with their distinctive pe- 
culiarities minutely and accurately pointnd but and explained. 

Thi^ Spelling Bo^k contains a gxeater number of word)* in the vhrious fliMlIinff 
.jfrteona thin any other, and almost all the primitive and comnw>n words oif tlie 
tonrwtge. Thejtreat importance of huving'a Iktjre miinbcr' df UWds W a Siiell- 
Ing.Bopk, w,ij>»t (Mne.tenth» if not all thechHdlwn <»f oi»f cortnlfy, ob'.ain their 

hnn^i^Ji? ^^^iKT'y^^vvT ^^S ii''«»'"?'S.^«*« «x«/t;; for, vb^n they lay thi* 
poojt a^me, they attend to higher, tnous-h not more inioortant, studie;*, and alino.«t 
invariably, but very improperly, ntTslect tfte bu*inft*s of leariiinK to .sH»»n. Chil- 
dren rarely. It ever, consult a t}i«tiona)ry ox' f n Krpositor to ascertain the ortho- 
irraphyot a word, but its definition or pronunciation only; hence the actual 
"^ oti extensive and well-aelected claiaes of wowis in a feeHing Book. 

Perha^ Wjere Is no branch of education by which the learned and unlearned 
•re so retdilt »nd so generally dwtinKuished, as by that of spelling. So eeneral 
is the condemnation of false and incorrect spelling, among all classes of citizens, 
whether, literary*. professional, mercantile, or mechanical, that no person, it is 
believea. would be wiUinsto be identified with it. The subject of orthography, 
therefore, is of primary importance in the education of children, and should 
engage the attention of parents, and of all teachers more especially, since it may 
be fairly assumed, that owe THiRo^of iho yrliole time spent In acquiring a useful 
education, is detoted to this particular branch. The author of this work is fully 
MvarpvfliAt many men of education and inihience, coi;sider the Smtiira Book 
an unimportant volume, wholly beneath their ciritical notice; and, that the 
opihlon very generally entertained is, that it is of little importance what book 
Is first 'p3abed in the hands of children. But it certainly ii important that a cor- 
reci an4 uniform aystem ol drthography ond pronunciation shortld be taught 
and adopted in this country .and, how can this he accomplished, unless a correct 
foundation be laid in the earJies4 Mages of afi education ? 

The great imixi-tance ^nd advantii^eof the classification of words in a Spell- 
ing Bpok^eem not to o« properly understood or appreciated by many teachers 
■n« ^9l«nts. They seem to suppose thdt snellinff is an arbitrary, distinct, and 
aQparate,|uct or effort of the mind or mental faculties. jBut this is very clearly 
not *hp fact. Spelling or orthography is learned in one way (mly ; and that is, 
by a repeluion of the letters whi^h, compose or make a word, until the anociation 
of tho^e letters is impressed upon the mind; and, without thi.s cla.ssification, the 
words which are pronounced so very dia'crently fro.n their ortho!fraphy,«nd,' of 
bourse; require more repetition to impress the a.ssociation of the letters uiion the 
mind, covttd not be advantageously repeated. By anadiation and elaini'ii-atwn 
we learn and retain every thing; as, the way from one place to another, by 
astociatin? in the mind the objects which' we pass i the appearance or fii -t view 
of a person's countenance causes us to recollect circumstances and thirur-i which 



rft^ting-lbe letters in conne.Yiof{ with their sounds, until: fliat orthography, 
whether regular, or irregular, is thoro»i^hly irojireBsed up.-«n the mind. Hence 
the utmost importance of so c/oMi'nf the words in the dilfcrent siiellinir lessons 
of a Spelling Book, that no vowel or consonant sounds which would be con- 
founde<l with, or mistaken for, other Vowels or con.^onant<, should be promis- 
cuously and indiscriminately intermingled. Thus, mortar, wander; msjor, all 
having the sound of «r, but endlnir in ar, er, and or, are in separate Sections, 
nages M, M, and 56. So of the diphthongs ai, am, ce, ea, oa, u/, «'£. aw, ic. Hx. { 
they areall sej^arately da«sed as may be keen, pages 63, &•.. (55, 6S. Ace. 



fREFjlCE. ill 

, 4Phc only classiflcttion which seems to hare been observed by the aufKon of 

J fiwlling Books now generally in me, h that of placing a number of words of an 

equal number of syllables in the •»ame spelling column, xvithout any regard to the 

Tarious terminations, various diphthongs, or silent letters which the words may 

contain. By this indiscriminate and promiscuous intermingling of words, having 

various terminations, containing various dIi)hthongs, silent consonants, as also 

an indiscriminate intermingling of words containing single and double conso* 

nants, it is almost impossible for the scholar to remember either the orthography 

orpronunclationof any of them, having no aid whatever from analogy. But 

by having these words in separate lessons, the scholar, after having learned or 

been taught two or three words in each lesson, will, from analogy, learn the 

whole lesson in one half, and, in many instances, in ont fourth of Me time wLich 

it would require if indiscriminately classed. The importance of separating the 

I single and double consonants, will be obvious when we reflect that, in almost 

I innumerable instances, the ear can not perceive any difference in the pronuncia- 

I tlon of the words having single and double consonants, in addition to the per- 



plexity occasioned to the eye, by promiscuously intermingling them ; as li/ y and 
bU ly ; ver y and mer ry ; vom ft and sum mit ; flor id and hor rid ; pit y am' 
ait ty i cop y and poppy ; sim mer and prim er ; vaZ 'd and pat tid, &c. &c. The 



iractice of giving these words to the scholar as a spelling task, when thus inter- 

Dingled, as in other Spelling Books, falls little 3hi)rt of a ptrfetA farce ; for, the 

[effort on the part of the scholar to spell the words is a matter of gutn-work 

-holly. It is fully believed, from a careful examination of the matter, both by 
^observation and experience, that, owing to the promisc^'ous intermingling of 
Tarious diphthongs and triphthongs, various terminations, various consonant 
sounds, similarly sounded, silent consonants, single and double consonants, 
words spelled differently and pronounced alike, words spelled alike and differ- 
*5H? pronounced or accented, &c., &c. more time has been spent in each school 
of the United States in pronouncing the word " Next " in consequence of this 
sTstem of ouxssiiva at the orthorraphy of the words in spelling classes, and In 
the TiMB or ouKssiifo than would, with a proper classification of the words, be 
necessary to acquire a tAoroa^A knowledge cfM the worde in the apetting Book. 

By having a Spelling Book m which the words are properly classed, the teacher 
can also driU or ezem'se his scholar* in the classes of words of dmcult orthoirra- 
phy, a greater length of time than in those which are of eon orthoaraohv. there- 
by saving much toil and peri'lexity both to teacher and scholar. A systematical 
and analytical classification of words in spelling lessons can not fail to aid the 
BcholaR In learning to enunciate or ead readily. * 

In the cL wMFM.ATiow of the different spelling lessons of this work, great pains 
have been Ukon so to arrange the several lessons that the scholar will be led on 
gradually f.om easy to difficult spelling, in strict accordance with his natural 
progress and expanding capacities. In order more fully to show this classifica- 
tion, and analytically to note the divisions of the books as well as to encouia«e 
thescholar, the work is divided into Six distinct Parts, each Part being separated 
from the other by Reading Lessons and Cuts. ^ 

Part I contains the Alphabet and Easy Words from one to four syllables in- 

IClueive, in which are given the Long and Short Sounds of the accented VoweN 

^S:Ti^r° *'At"* consonants diphthongs, or any words pronounced alike and 

tpcUcd differently, or spelled alike, differently accented. The words are also 

1 1 arranged with regard to the terminating syllable in each word, whether that 

hi «tw*^°^V*l"'''^ I*' ''*'^"j°'Ly'**^'* *'''■"'"**'"" *>«'"- '^"«P* distinct from 
he other. The smjile and double consonants are also, in Pari I, as in Parts II 
^nd III, separately classed. In Part I, however, the doiblin^ of the consonants 
^onsUts merely in ending one syllable with one consonant, and commencin" th" 
[next with the other ; no case occurring in which the consonant is doubled In th» 
ame syllable In Part L [See double consonants, pa-es 2-2, 23. 27 and 38 1 
Part II conta ns the Vatious and Peculiar Sounds of the Single VowpIs-Di,,h 
ihon^s, and Triphthongs, all separately clas.e<i, both with regard to the souft 
)f these vowels and diphthong's, and to the terminating syllabies.^^tth T duSnct 
nd separate classificallon of the single and double consonant. .rSeedouSli 
^^nsonants^ ' ^'VJt^''' ^?' ^^' "' **' *^' «>' «. 57, 58, 59. 62, Sci Lc] Chap! 
ter II, na»es a >, 3S 37, contains a class of words, evary one of which either S 
n a or !,as a in the last syllable. Chapter IM, the vowel .■; ; Chapter IV the vowH 
.. and so on. These words are a:ain subdivided, where the numbVr of woTdl 
warrants It, into classes of a certain termination ; as Chapter IL L^^on I c n 
*.*!?^rr?^ all of which.end in a. with single consonants ? Lesson iTlH.' L^' 
-'« i T, r , sj ; i^rsson vi, an ; i,esson Vll, ant. So with e. Lesson ll. IIJ iv in 
«w, other consonants single; Lesron V, other consonants double. So with "- 

• See Address To Ts4CHmi, page 14. Also Note, page 9. 



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PREFACE 



mW ""^i J' ^*'°^" ^» Jn 've. Arc. &c. A^ain ; Chapter VIII. Section III «m. , 
Section IV, ery; Section V,ory; Section Vi;,j,; Vll, ej/ VlTS« Chffi 



«L«i <^?>:t4 X, .. ciuiH^ xiY;-;i;v; and'ci^^ikJ z^u, :^:;^A ajS? 



r»T.*^»w'' ^ ^*' j-J'J* "» * ""oi- v,ttai)i.ei-. Ai V , en anU on, Cbauter XV Prin.'i^r 
o^t nu'^" ' ""^ ^''**''^'' ^ ^^' I^^i^oper D'phthow ;. aU' se^S ely da JeTw 
Slul^ ] ' *•' **• **' *^' '^' "'*' '^' ^^' ^""^ i^^"" N'»te* ^n/&em«fu '.I^S: ij 

^S^. » <.on«Qn«nta which nuiiht be confoundecl with.orniistttken tor blhll 
Con^o«ant8 or combinations of con-sonantu, or which have no -ound'of tl^^ 

hr'bee*rin'^nv''"r;i*"^y "^'^ ^Vii^'^^^^/*-^/^" ^"^"lll/noro'e of M^f^ 
Hf.n„ f ' A *"^. '."?tWce, irweited in Parts t or II, or in I'ait IlX. exceut iii a 
distinct and particular c assificaUon. thus tjieletter C luvini i o soimd of 
U own, being alwjyrs sounded like aqmeotW IpKr \eS%oes Soc^^^^ 
P-''^»,/^f'^'"S/.f'°"«^ the book before pane 7fi ThernoV !^£ gSbi^iY ' 
pKs'BgJnd £'^r* "■^^^'''^l^'^ Page92^(thl WstYn'he boVk) S'SS: 

n/liWn,- pr^i 1/ii H^i ^ ^ -^^*- Pase93 gjf and ng sharp ; s^nd yaJe IpO ^ 
coiUin^'the Tst / t^'fu't "l^ ^^ ^^^^ ,•>' "'5 first^in the^^book. 5>f,e {^j 
dis in .rf.^«i^ tt*-^ *? *^^ ^°i^' *^ *^"«^^e "'^^ double ate classed asbfiiiia' 
?no™r^n"iK«**"**-P* *?'*='* ^'■'** ««="»■ 'n the book page 107/ Pases^(W and 

le^^o iiiot ^ ^A r,M?48ot «c, bQiiig sounded like »jfc or ,. I'a/e 111 the 

S the jM' Y ^f \ °'"'!}" °"A''*»e 113,1M p^rt: ^4|&es 116 andl|asou>"jS 
01 the letter X, as *« and gz. Vniie 117,1 like Y. Pa'>e.s lii iifl »nrf Ti.i 

ir m'*1d"l J'*rV'^^!^- n^^' iJ^'ic* li^4sA. P4Ks'15o,M'l,'74 i' 
i^-Lii** */^ •' i'^"' .^' *' *"^ ^' sounded like .A. Tht^e are all separately i 
S?t&ar°d ?." L'^H^'^iffv^'"** lo the consonant c, ,. or i, sounded like .A?SlsJ' 
m -f-f ?• ^^^ d'Pjithonjr or triphthong whicj. follows t|ie,c, ,, or ti as Si 

tT,utrL\^' ^/k"*' ^"'^ff.^c. pa^'es, lil to lvJ7. As these words are u-ually in- 
nrthl ?^? ''' "'^". ^pellinjr ifooks, it is impo.sible for a scho^^r io lea^n their 
orthogTaplxy, except on the principle of gu.Lng whether the a)«is^nwTliec, i 

«V.fi I/o^ :;!f.:.'*' ""^ '*'J*' "" *''^'*' '^'"'' «'""• *""^' <««" 5 '='■«'' «'«'' *»«»^ J "ov, 
fv,J„'*hi^i° "'•'%"*• *'?'** 5 '="*'«' ''-•'«' ^'^- ^c- J" these lessons as in all of 
l^n.n**'*"' *^''?"f '" J *"' "^' *= ^"d « »i*'d and soft, o, z, /, &c. L. are al" disJ 
tinctly separated.. JSee pa^^es li4, li5. and 126.] vVge thslikej, foUo^ved 



by long tt ; and » like ^A, followed by a diphthong or long m. Pauc 138 d like il 
or «(; ; and t like t.A, followed by a dipththong or long u. l>ie 129 and 130 cou^ 
n'?.»ai^h«*^^^'? **^« '"*^"^ consonants are noted, all ali&beSuy diS , 
in,tead of their being scattered promiscuously throuiliout the .-lueilin.. leSjon^ 1 
creating great perplexity, doubt, 'and hi^derance.-' Ills also theSafed which 
consonants are never silent, and which nev er doubled. ' 

.SfIX X '^o"**"»f Verbal Distinctions; as, words speUpd alike, differently ac-i 
cented , as, cowtuct, absent, ice. ; words spelled alike, differently pronounced : as! 
iow, excuse, tmgtng, &c. ; words whose orthography \s ch,ah"ed by a chan-e of ' 

l^oil!^'-4°i'^^^^ ' "•■'' '"^'^f' '"=''■"«• *'*»"■«<'' <^dvlu,Wi words pronounced Slik'e, 
speiiea amerently ; as, rain, reis;n, rein ; vain, vane, vein, ixfi. ; words nearly alike , 
h^c%ron,cid and ekranicle, cy>nb:il an I symbol, &o. Tneie words are not interrain- 
gi^a with other words in previous lessons, wliere their distinctive definitions or 
poculmritias are nof given as in other Spellin- Books, causing great perplexity 
fh<?,fr?i!\'''','"i"'K°'*-'">*u"' are inserted in Part IV ot^; for, it iSimpQSsihle ti learn' 
the orthigiaphy of the words, two or more of which arc prcnouncea alike, butJ 
>pelled and defined ditferently -vher* not associated with their ,l,-,iHicti»e <fdirti- 
tio/M. no distinction to the ear 'oe:ng made but only to the eye op.paper. lieucel 
tne absurdity of intermingling them with ether words as a spell in ■^ta'k, thus »ub- 
jectin.r the scholar to an interminable round of guessine at their orthography. 
part IV also contains the termination ed with Rules for its psonuncia<ioii, vari- 

" . ,";' ' ' ' — -i''.»^ viin >£^iapiiy ona rtuuunciasujji, anu iric^sular rronun-i 

ciation. ^ " 

rT^'?''!iY>'?"*"'5f ^^^ Names of Towns, Cities, Counties Rivers, ice. in tliel 
unilcd Htate« ; Proper >iune.' containcil in the New Testameat ; and. thtt a Tialf 



, Section III, jmoi ; 
VIII, ity. C^ti(,ei 

Haptw XV, WuiTf^ 
ai^iely clastMBf^, sm 

insanants, all 9e]i^. 
thp vowel-4 and to 
; like »j m ti)e tej-. 
I iic-iidf dfc..; and 
:. Page 81, in ml, 
, &c. So in Older 
of the t^oifnuti ox' 
nants aixd cooabi- 
ii^aken for, 6ti\ei- 
o aoiindj* of tlnjjr 
not one of whi^]^ 
lit Ilf, except in a 
s^ing no soynd of 
X8, does not bc(fur 
soft c is exhibit^, 
e book) is given, 
n, b.ei^ijf t^g fii«I 
in niai^y c^es is 
fp ;nnd i*a^e ).gg 
e book. Pagfi jga 
classed a« b/eiiiu 
7,. P,£^(j,<j6 109 and 
of ttie prefix ,&«'». 
t. Pa^je Hi, the. 
ct f?oiv *, c Uai-^i ' 
16 and llii sour\(\3 * 
It, 118, and liu, 
liO, \il, 122, U3, 
re all :>eparately 
!d like «A, out also 
,c, t, qr t : a^ dun, 
cc. p^uje 121 ; tjdrt, 
1.S are u-ually jn- 
iw ip leajcH, their 
coijLsa^ia^it hec, I, 
, sial, tiai ; cequs, 
Ejssoiisas in all of 
c. kc. are all dis- 
like *,'i, followed 
Paae lid 4 like j 
129 and 13P con- 
betically cl^yteil, 
! .speiling lessons, 
lere stated which 

e,. differently ac-l 
pronounced ; a.*,\ 
a by a change of 
ronounced alike, I 
irds nearly alilte, 
are not intermin- ! 
ive defii)itions or I 
great perplexity 
mpQSSiMe to learn ' 
ouncocl alike, buti 
: (li.ilinctive ilcjini- 
n. paper. liencel 
i,i{ ta.<k, thusaub- 
eir orthography.) 
:iunciii1ioii, vari- 



vers, ice. in tlicl 
t ; and, thn u iiall 



i n F.y A V n 



lizMy .arranired, according: to thftir vowol 
■ tn >ylliil.ln-i ill finch word. Great pains 
iii.).t cuiect and approved ortho;iraphy and 



.N* .lines of iMen mul Woinnn, oU .Tl|;h.ib. 
ji'in coruoniUit siunils ail tl." mi ii:)f! 
hive been Liken t iii-xlHiiit lae 
pronunciation ot' tlie^e W')r(l.<. 

Part VI c;inV^ - ihe Ru.limonls of the LiUi-;u8n:P, arranued in Onestion and 
Answer ; Rulfcs for Spelllli- the Plurals of Nouns, Participles! &«. Numbers 2nd 
Fi^nres ; Pauses and Agarics used in Writing and PrintiUwrt^^«ed in Question 
f/"4te"dT''' ' * Abbreviations, containing a great number npthemofor! 

<■ l"i'*r'-KD"^''"ll'''?:°'^ *''!•! '^^**^1''^ ^" ♦" l'«Wic,'»««,ic, &c. ; and theo in honor, 
y,iV0V&c. have been om.tiecl. -Phese hav'e been omitted, not in cons!«uence 
"' * f\"^.'^t"'« V\1* »"*l«-.y or soxind pWlolofTJcal reasons Required it bul from 
a foi»*.ctlo,ahat the practice and habit of omitting them, particularly the lettS 
«•. had become too firmly rocited to be overcoine. These will b^remlered unl 
iiSre! '^'"* *''"''' "^*^''''"*^°'''' ^^""'"^ ^•^»»«°» Books Lrooni^p^^^^^^^ 
In consequence of the arcat pai^larity and use of the author's Series of Read- 
mg Booka, particularly tlie Juvenile Header, Notf I, If, and III. disi- nfed to ar 
company tlie Spelling iook. both from the adaptation ohhe Lesson^io the iuvel 
.ale iiiuid, and from the uf aduation of the Le.sons by the n\^ber ot° hvVmII 
HiMoh word from monf,syIl«bles ta words of two, three, o^moresyllSlsU 
.^ believed to be perfectly consistent and proper for , m to extend his clasVet of 
words ];. the several spellln-. lessons of tU work, tothe M?hi"iim r.V m«t!f o^^ 
tensive Readinj. Lessens usually found in SpeUin^Books • and he?snm 
tliat he reels at liberty ao to do, as he has tlJiTs beSn enabl'erto Vendl? ht svS 
ofcl^ssihcation more complete, and c..nscquently more valuabirto he lea'^nw 



: who have patronised his ^rme^si:elU^po;;k;'duri;S";^^';^^^ 



, ilie introduction and us„ „. ..., w»i iuu>iuii» m fi>iii»i ^» »■.-» ...„.i. u ^ j. ^ - 
this work to them, hoping that it Wi^ meet wirh'as'oAlVara^^e;^^^^^^ 

'"Xe:;or!'*"'''*'^*''^°'°'""-"^^^ 

ife^.ro^k,Jan.mi. LtMiN COBB. 



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THE INDEX. 

PA,|^T I.— TA« Long a^ Short Sounds o' the Vowels. 

Paj^e Skci'ion 1. AucsntHd fxi thepaga 

First Syl. Con. Single, 18 

Srct. '2. Ac. on Sucoud Syl. 



CHAPFER I. 

The Alphabet, in order, 
Organization of the Alphabet 



8 

^ 9 

Tiirt Alphabet with Pictures, 10,11 
X7I1AP. II. Coinbiiiutions of 

LeltKrs to form Syllubl«ii, 12 

Sect 1. Coin, of Two L^ttMrs, 12 

•♦ 2. Corn, of 3 and 4 Let. 13 

NotE TO Tkaoiiers, 14 

CHAP [II. Ea«y Monofiyll.ibles 15 

Skot. 1. Tnree LtslterH. A 

Con. before &. after a Vownl, 15 
Sect 2. Four LhI, 'I'wo Con. 
bufuro. uud one after u V«»wel, 16 
Sect. 3. One Con. before a 

Vowel, and Two after it, 16 

Sect. 4. One Con. before a 
Vowel followed by another 
Con. and the Vowel e, 17 

Sect, 5. Five Lot. Two Con. 

Iwf and Two af. a Vowel. 17 
Sbce. 6. Two Con. before a 
Vowel, followed by another 
Con. and the Vowel e, 18 

CHAP. IV. Easy Words of 
Two Syllables, 18 



on 
Co.isonants Single, 21 

Sect. 3. Ac. on First Syl. 
ConsonantH Double, S2i 

CHAP. V. E.sy TriHyllabes, 241 
Sect. 1. Aeon First Syllable 

Consonants Single, 24| 

Sect, 2. Ac. on Second Syl 

Consonants Single. 26| 

Sect. 3. Ac. on Third Syl 
Consonant!) Single, 27l 

Sect. 4. Ac. on First and 
Sec. Svls. Con. Double, 27i 

CHAP. VI. Easy Words of 
Four Syllables, 28 

Section 1. Ac. on First Syl. 
Consonants Single, 2 

Sect. 3. Ac on Second Syl. 
ConHotiants Single, 2t 

Sect. 3. Ac. on Second Syl. 
Consonants Double. 2i 

CHAP. VII. Residing Lessons, 'I. 
LkssoxV 1. The Horse, 

4. Slieep and Lambs, 



PART il — Various arid Peculiar Sounds of the Single Voweis^ 
Vipthongs, and Tripthongs. 



CHAP. I. Monosollables vari 

ously sounded, 33 

Sect. 1. Coitsonants Single, 33 

** 2. Consonants Double, 34 

€HAP. II. Words which end in 

a, or have a in Final Syl. • 35 

Sect. 1. Consonants Single, 35 

" 2. Consonants Donb. 37.31) 

OHAP III. In e, ore in Fin. Syl. 38 

Sect. 1. Consonants Single, 38 

" 2. Consonants Double, 39 

Lesso.m I. In ent,el, &.c., 39 

•' 2,3,4, in ess, oth. con ttin 39.40 

" 5. lu ess, Oth. Con. Dou. 40 

;HAP IV. In i,or» in Fin. Syl. 41 

Sect. I. Consonants Single, 41 

Lessons 5. and 6, in ive, 42 

Sect 2> Consonants Double, 42 

CHAP. V. Ino, oro in Fin. Syl. 43 

Sect. I. Con^onunts Single, 43 

" 2. Consonants Double, 44 

JHAP. VI. Ill M,oruin Fin. Syl 44 

2. Consonants Double, 4.5 



Sect. 3. 
" 4. 
5 
6. 

7. 
8. 






CHAP. VIII. y Final like longe. 
Sect. 1. Consonants Single, 
2. Consonants Double, 
In ary. 
In ery 

In ony and ory. 
In sy. 
In ety. 
In ity, 
CHAP. IX. In se, 
CHAP X, In ze, 
CHAP XI. e Unac. like short t, 
CHAP. XII. a, e, and o, Unac. 
like short u. 
Sect. I. a like short u, 
" 2. e like short u, 
** 4. o like short u, 
CHAP. XII. In le and el, e 
silent, 
Sect. I. Z« Con. Single, 5.5, 
•• 2. le. Con. Double, 57, 
*' 3. el, e silent, 

plTAP viir I- __J 

and siit^nt, 58. j 



CHAP." VII. y Loajrand Short, 45 CHAP XV Proper Diphthongs 59 



CHAP 

£nglii 

chap: I 



te Votoeh. 
sntHd iiu the Pu« 
I. Single, 18 

Sucuiid Syl. 
gle, 

ri First Sjrl. 
iible, 

ViHyllabeH, 
FirKt Syllable 

bK 

Second Syl. 
gle. 
1 Third Syl 

)n First and 

. Double, 

y Wurds of 

281 
on First Syl. 

Sucond Syl. 

SHCond Syl. 
able. 

ing Lessons, 
lorse, 

and Lambs, 
ingle VotBtUf 



Single, 55, 
Doable, 57, 

in hud vn, e 
58. 
Diphthoogs 591 



79 
89 
89 
90 






criAP. XVL Improper Diph 

(•tongs and Triphthongs, 61—70 
Sect. 23. Tripiithimgs, 
PART 1 1 1.— Far, ousanrf 
t'lIAt'. i.Suindsofiettvrc, 
•Scot. 1 c iike«, 
•• 3. e liKo kf 
** 7. ec, both hard 
•' 8. ce. one hard, one soft, 

9. In finale 90,91 

10. In ektor having cib, 92 
CHAP. It. Sounds of ^, 92 

Sicrr. I. if son, 93—94 

" 3 ^ hard, 94—98 

*' 9 gg. both hard, 98 

Cir\P. III. S.mnd.s ofn^, 98 

Skot. I. ng nhitrp, 98—100 

*' S. ng as ifg were doub. 100 
" 3 ng liken/. 100 

[chap. IV n lik« ng sharp, lOl 
I CHAP. V. dg like g soft orj, 
ICHAP. yi.f, and its represen 
tativesgA and|>A, 
Skct. I. /single, 
- 8 ff, 
•• 9. gAlike/, 
" 10. pA like/, 
CHAP. V jr. Sounds of <A, 



iCHAP. XVII. Resding Lessons, 71 



Less. I. Cow, Calf, and Ox, 
70| " 4. The Li.m. 
Peculiar Sounde «/ the Ctntonmntt. 
75.CHAP. X. q and eq. 



71 
73 



lis 

lis 
113 
114 

114 
115 
115 



101 

102 
102—106 
106 
107 
107—108 
108 
bECT. 1. th sharp, IQg, \Q^ 

•* 2. th flat, 109, 110 

CITAP VIII. Smnds of die, 110 
Skct. 1. « in </i« sharp, 110 

" 2 «iu (2t«flat, ^111 

CHAP. IX. Sounds of tc, ^^ 111 
Sbot. i.ee like«Ar, 111 

2. scliket. 112 



Skot. 1 . q like k, 
'' 2. eq like kk, 
CHAP. XI. w and « Cons. 
CHAP. XII. loA like Aw. 
CHAP. XIII: Sounds of «. 
SiCT. I . X like At, 
" 2. X like gjr before ^ 
Vowel, ] ]6 

Skct. 3. x like gx before A, j l6 
CHAP. XIV. i like y Con.. 117 
CHAP. XV. Sounds of cA. 117 

iJBCT. 1. cAlike («A. 117 

'• 2. eh like «A. 118 

<• 3. cA like A, 119 

CHAP. XVI. (cAlike toA. 1]» 

CHAP. XVII. c. #, w, and I 
like eh, l^Q 

Sect. ]. dike «A. JM 

" 2. « like «A, it] 

•* 3. ee like «A, 121 

•• 4. t fike «A. 121— 1S7 

CHAP. XVUI. « nice eh toi, 

lowed by long u, 1$7 

CHAP. XIX. slikeirA. 127 

CHAP. XX. d like*- and du 128 
CHAP. XXI. tlikeisA, 128 

CHAP. XXII. Silent Conso- 

nants, 129, 1$0 

CHAP. XXIII. Reading Less. 13] 

Less. !. Walk in the country 131 

2. The Elephant, 13S 



A^^ v""vrr}? ?*''■«*'<"»•» y»Jable Orthograpky, PronuneiJiion, fc 



133 



[CHAP. I. Verbiil Distinctions, 
Scot. 1. W'orda spoiled alike, 
differently accented, 
Sect. 9. Words spelled alike, 
diffirofitly pronounced, 
•Sect 3. Words whoM or thug, 
r.ipiiy is changed by a change 
of lliH Pirt of Speech, &.C. 
Sgct. 4. Words spelled differ. 
enily uroiinuiic. alike, ,J37— 144 
^PART Y.'-^framen f Countiti, fc, 
CHAP. I. Namea of Cou ities. 



133 



136 



Sect. 5. Words spelled diff'y, 

pronouno neirly alike, 144 — I4fi 

CHAP II Different sounds of etf 146 

(CHAP. IIL Variable O- ^t'y, 

134 CHAP IV. Var. PrbnuM.aioo 

CHAP. V. Irregular Prouun. 

CHAP. IV. Reading Lessons, 

Less. 1. George Washington. 

and his Little Hatchet, 

Less. 2. The Camel, 

CHAP. IV. Names of Women, 



i47 
118 
118 
149 

149 
150 



r., , ' ',' ^T~7."'.V^ ^•»*«»..«». j.<iaiu«awi women, 158 

nirlo r*^;*'" '**••"• ^' '51-156 CHAP. V. Re, ding Lessons, 

I'HAP.IIl.^N^mesofmen. l5c.J .. 2 The Crowned Crane. 
Aiti V i.-^iiudtmenie of the English Language, Ae. 



159 

159 
160 



CHAP. 1. Rudiments of the 

^nglmh Lnugangi, 161—163 

OilAP. ft. Niiin*er»i Figeres, 164 



CHAP HI. Pau^e8 and Marks. 164 
CHAP. VI. Abbreviotioii*, 167-]j58 

i ''' ■ >-". - —■■- ■ - - ? 



'"«*^- >»»»» ?*«ifl»Mw«»Me*BP, ■ wmmm^.^ 



i 



■ tiiKhi Mi 






K k. 



a 

M 

to 
p 

I 

T 

u, 

V 



1 



m 



Old English. 

■ffi e 



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q 

s 
u 



'H 



I 



X''" '■'■■■';? X'""''-} 

Z '■ t 



.i'-i,,- 



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Q J 

Ji^.'iin.i-fi,;** 

z ■ « 



1^: 

F 

ft 

|:iL 



4f 



cha'ptFu I. 
TKE ALPHABET 

-(4 a 

"■Zfc ." rf 
i7 « 

K k 

M m 

rv n 






I 

k 

: n 

F 

\g 

H 
I 



Roniart Lettcn 

d 
e 

f 

■>.''■ 

h 



»»**ii 






'is; 



c 
f 

s 

f 

I 
ft 
I 
til 

n; 
o 

9 

n 

V' 

t 
It 
It 

w 

V 



NameaorLettei 

a 

be 
ce 

de ' / / 1! 

e 

ef 

je 

aitsb 

1 

ja 
ka 

el 

;em 
fen 
o 

ku 
ar 
e» 
te 
u 
ve 
double y a 
eks 
wi 
2fe 






'^ ffi te. i^ ff fl fe: ffl 

Figtires. 
This chi^jRcti|ri 






ffi 



' r\ .Vk .' :-. .#* 



U 



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T. 

fameaorLettci*. 

a 

be 
ce 

de • :'-' / 1\ 
e ' ""'"' 
ef 

aitsb 
1 

> 
ka 

el 

:ern 

en 

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ku 
ar 
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u 

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mble yu 

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wi 

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COBfl's NEW SPELLING BOOK.— PART I. 






ORGANIZATION OF THF ALPHABET. 

ibsn»,vMf~E "to'"-"" ^^^ -ius- 

in any booM^M icular iXr nr iJ5!^^;.'*'i?'i^f to point out or find 
to require hhnofTii^reLT^^ *Uo, 

[cliarlTcter *fclcfc reprSeniS It jL'^rt.^i.i^. letter when not looting at the 
ter« with piclurto to St the chSaVn IIS^^k "VP'o*® ^'^ Wfoclttlnf the let- 
next two paS»: t&tnmbenng thtna, TWa# in«y use the 



BOMAN LETTERSL 

I'ESSON I. 

-A 
E 
I 

U 



JE.i3«olir^II. 



B 

C 
D 
P 
T 
V 

z 

1w' oe de pe te ve ze 
LkssoN III. 

G., g 

if ' ^ 



e 

1 



u 

b 
c 

4 

P 

t 

V 

z 



,Jej«k«ku 
. LjEssotr rV. 
F f 

h 1 

M m 

N «,- 

•s ■ .; J h 

.-vljil «#'en ar ei 

XdMioN V. 
H h 

W w 

X , a 

xr 
«it8h double yu ekt wl. 



^ 



iTALfC LETTERS. 
Lkison I. / 
A 
E 
I 
O 
U 



B 
C 
D 
P 
T 
V 
Z 



IxBsoir II. 



a 
e 
i 
o 
u 

b 
c 

d 

p 
t 

I 

V 



Lmson III. 




10 



COBB's rEW SPELLING BOOK PART I. 



THE ALPHABET 

ASSOCIATED WITH PICTURES. 



-■ ir!} 




A a Apple. B b Boy. C c Cat. 




D d Dog. 




Ee Eagle. FfFan. 




^'^> •(M>MIWUHHmNIIHtnilllMiaMllu( 

GgGoat. H h Hat. 






I i Ibex. 



K k Key. 

iBSmSmimSlBSSm 



Mi 



L 1 Lamb. 



Cobb's nfw spelling book. — part i. 



. 11 








M m Mouse. N n Nest. o Owl. 




P p Pig. Q q Quail. R r Rake. 




S s Ship. 



Tt Top. 





V V Vice. W w Watch. 




U u Urn. 




Xx 




CMB^ NEW SPELLING BOOK.— PART I. 



I^sd!:Lm^^-4i=Ajil^,i^^^„. «s^, .;?„. <^ 



H 

firm— I 



ba 
be 
bi 
bo 
bu 

ga 

gj 



na fk 

ne W^ 

ni- ri 

ncjL rcL 



ab 
eb 
ib 



% 
de 
di 

du 

^ka 
ke 
ki 
klo 



.CHAPTEH II. 

ComWiiation of Letters to form SyilaWeg. 
J§fiCTI0N4[. 
ComBination of two Letters. 

LCSSON I. 

^a va 



ad 
ed 
id 



ob od 
ub ud 



h/''^ 



ak ; # 

ok of 
uk uf 



pa 

Pe 

pi 
po 

pu 
ja 

• • 

jo. 
ju 



ve 
vi 
v6 



sa 
se 
^\ 

Sir 



wa 

we 

wi 

wo 

wu 



te 
ti 
to 
It 

Lesson li. 

fa ha 

fe he 

fi hi 

^o ho 

fti V hu 

HI. 

yi py 

yo ty 

yu vy 



LietssoN iv. 

ap at av ttz 



ep et 

ip it 

op ot 

up ut 



al 



ev 
iv 

tiv 
uv 

. T,ESSO»^i^ 



**; 



ol 

ui 



em 
im 



r\tr\ 



en 
in 






urn un 



ez 

iZ 

- r 

OZ 

uz 

4r 
er 

if 
bl- 
ur 



n 

ze 

Zl 

izo 

isu 

la 
le 
li 
lo 

la 



jy 
fy 



6a 
ce 

CI 
CO 
CU 



ma 
me 
mi 
m»« 



^1 

ry 

sy 



ac 


ag 


ec 


eg 


10 


ig 


00 


og 


UG 


ug 


as 


ax 


^^^s 


ex 


tis 


ix 


OS 


ox 


Us 


ux 







"~8 fo n — 

stir, shire, flnn — 



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^BB'S NKW SPELLING BOOK^-^paRT iT 



SECTION II. 
Combinations of three and four letters. 



|ua spla 
lue sple 
[qui spli 
[quo spio 
splu 



Pee 
ci 

iri 



ply 
cly 



cla 
cle 
cli 
do 
chi 

tra 
tre 
tri 
tro 

cha 
che 
chi 
cho 
chu 

sera 

sere, 

sen 

scro 

seru 

bry 
dry 
pry 

try 



^ly sly cry 



Lesson i. 

gla ffe 

gle 

feli, 

glo 
glu 

Lesson n. 

era gra 

ere 

cri 

cro 

erg 

Lesson m. 

tha swa 

the 

thi 

tho 

thu 

Lesson rv. 

shra spra 

shre spre 

shri spri 

shro spro 

shru sprn 

Lesson v. 

.m chy 
% thy 
m phy 




s 



^y quy stry 



shv 



shry cy 

spry fry 

scry see 



SCI 



sp^y sky scy 



iMti 



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COBB*S NEW Wr.LLING BOOK. — PART I. 



1 a 8 4 6 i 4 8 9 1 4 8 10 It 

Fate, far, fall, fat, what— me, met, her, they— pine, pin, atjr, slure, firm— 



TO TEACHERS. 



The practice of teaching: a child to read or pronounce a reading lesson be 
fore he knows the orthography and pronunciation of words, retards rather 
than facilitates his progress in correct readincr. No child should be required 
to attempt to read or pronounce a reading lesson until he is able to call or pro- 
nounce, at sijfht, the words commonly met with in composition ; and, tbi^ 
Itnowledjje can be more easily acquired by reading or pronouncing words in 
the speUing columns of a Spelling Booli, judiciously and analogically classed, 
than in detached reading lessons. 

The teacher «hould always require his scholars to pronounce the words in 
each spellinsr lesson, at sight, either before or immediately afier spelling it, as 
the only tvre ind certain method of mailing good readers. Let the scholar at 
the head of the class pronounce or enunciate, one, two, or tliree words; the: 
next scholar the same, and so on throughout the spelling class ; the number of 
words which each sch'ilar pronounces, however, should always be proportion- 
al to the number of scholars in the spelling class. This practice the Author 
pursued many years, while engaged m the business of teaching, with- results 
entirely satisfactory ; and, his experience imboldens lum to recommend it to 
lho«e who are intrusted with the instruction of children. If the scholar be re- 
quired to read or pronounce words in a reading lesson before he has learned 
to sound or pronounce them aeparately in spelling columns, at sit.ht, he will: 
hesitate; and will, most generally, be confirmed in the habit of stammerinsj 
while reading ; for, althoujjh a child may Itnow perfectly well how to tpett a 
word and to divide it as it is in a spelling column ; yet, when he sees the same 
word in a reading lesson, the syllables being closed up, it presents a new ap-. 
pearance to him. .\. 

It should be always borne in mind that reading is the enunciation or pro-; 
nouncing of words by syllables ; and, that, therefore, each syllable in every 
word shiuld be as distinctly enunciated or pronounced as if the whole reading 
lesson were composed of monosyllables only. Hence the imjiortance of pro- 
nouncing words, at sight, in spelling columns. Unless children do acquire a: 
correct and distinct enunciation of each syllabe in spelling columns, they; 
rarely, if ever, acquire it in after life ; for, in the practice or business of read-j 
ing, the pauses, emphasis, cadence, &c., occupy all, or nearly all, their •■ 

Deeply impressed with this belief, the Author of this work has compiled aiulj 
uublished ; series of Jutekile Readkhs, Nos. I, II, and III, to succeed tlid 
lapeUing Bo )k, in which the Reading Lessons are graduated according to thd 
number of syllable* in each word, so as to lead the scholar on gradually froml 
words of one syllabic, to words of a greater number of syllables ; No. I, beJ 
ing entirely composed of words of one and two syllables ; No. 11, words off 
one, two, and three syllables, and so on. ^ ^^ ^^ . ^ c 

Orthoohapht ok speluno beinJ: the first rtei) towards the attainment ofi 
good eaucaiion and particularly to a correct knowledge of the En. lish Laiij 
tfua^e, it is highly important that every scholar should attain thi' before he il 
permitted to proceed \o any hi iher branches of study. This branch of educaJ 
tion is obviously much neglected in nearly all our schools. 1 eachcrs, whethJ 
er they know Orthography and Pronunciation well or not, are apt to thin« 
these of little or no importance, '•nd permit their scholars to pass to other leA 
sons too >*oon ; but this is very injudicious : a building can not be elegaii 
and permanent, unless erected on a good foundation ; and, a thorou:;b know! 
ledge of Spelling and Pronunciation can be. obtained only by a jepetitlm oj 
"leietiei-:, unlii the u»4oeiaiion ai th'jac ictteis Suii thej" iounds srs rtCe" - 

ipressed upon the mind of the scholar. 



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lis » 6 ~7 8 i 4 6' 7 i g i T-- 

no, nor, not, to, good, dove-tube, tub, rule, b ull-dcw, crew-fly, syrtem. 

• Long and Short Sounds of the Single Vowels. "" 

CHAPTER III. 

Easy monosyllablM, containing the simple and single sonnds of the 
bonsonants, and ihc long and short sounds of the vowels only • in 
^hich there are no sileni letters, either vowels or consonants; no 
Jouble vowels or double consonants, ahd no word which is pronoinc- 
W like any other word in the language of diiiVrent spelling and sic- 
Mcaiion, as aU and ««r/, cell and sell, &c. Those words are all 
biassed in Part IV, Chapter I, instead of being inlerminffled xviih 
bther xvords, as in other Spertinsr Books, where these peculiar! es 
knd distinctive definitions are not noted, thereby causing great oir! 
Ilexiiy und embarrassment. * * *^* 

yioTB—C and f, whether soft or hard,/ single or double, n like nt a m ^ 

i^s s p'^"5ii°s rsovr {.WeToS-i-nrn'S? ' °' "• ^^'^^ "« •» 

SECTION I. 

Words of three Letters. 

A Consonant before and after a Vowel. 

Lesson i. — a and e short. 



iMob 
rob 
isod 
nod 



4 

ram 

yam 

ban 

man 

pan 

ran 

4 

yet 
bib 

jib 
nib 
rib 
bid 

pt)d 
rod 
sod 
hop 



4 

tan 

lap 

map 

pap 

sap 

tap 

Lesson ii. 

did 
hid 
kid 
>lid 
rid 
dim 

Lesson hi. 

6 

lop 
mop 
dot' 
hot 



bat 

hat 

mat 

rat 

sat 

vat 



-e and i short. 



4 

web 

bed 

w0d 

hem 

den 

hen 



4 

rim 

din 

Jfin 

pin 

sin 

tin 

and 

5 

jot 
lot 
rot 
sot 



4 

win 

dip 

kip 

lip 
nip 

rip 

« short. 
. 4 * 

rub 
tub 
bud 
mud 



4 

ken 

men 

pen 

ten 

wen 

bet, 

4 

sip 
tip 
bit 
hit 
pit 
wit 

4 

run 

SUO- 

hut 
nut 






M 



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Blab 
drab 
shab 
slab 

8 



Long and Short Sounds of the Single Vo=\vel8»- 
; SECTION 11. ; ■ 
' Worsts of four Lettera. ; i, t 

Two Coniori^its before the Vowjel and oneafterif 

brat 

slat- 
bled 
shed 



brad' 

sh^d 

sham 

slam 

bran 



^pla»i 

slap 
snap 



sl^d 



bnm 



4 

Spin 

ship 

slip 

trip 

spit 



LE^^pj>;iii;i^i; o, ^nd ij, «|^p^ 



stem 

step 

iSlid 



slim 



v-:o 



mm 



shod 

trod 

drop 

prop 

ishop 



t. 

4 



4 



s^tub 
spud 
stud 



stop drub ^rum slur 

/ spur 
shut 
' slut, ', 
smut. 



plot 
spot 
trot 



$pun 
stun 
blur 



4 ,!' 

Band 

hand 

land 

sand 

dash 

hash 

Vent 
went 
kept 

wept 
best ' 



. SECTION III. 
One Consonant before the Vowel and two after it. 
Lesson I. — a and e short. 



■H 



; 4 

Jash , 

mash 

rash 

sash 

damp 

lamp 

Lesson ii, 

ilUi 4 



;Samp 

vamp 

held 

weld 

bend 

lend 



mend 

rend 

send 

tend 

vend 

desk 



•■ 4 

yelk 

helm 

help 

yelp 

hemp 

belt 



4 

pest 

test 

vest 

west 

zest 



-e, i, and o, jShSrt. 



-wish 
milk 
silk 
disk 

Tisk 



4 

pimp 
lisp 
hilt 
jilt 

milf 



4 

wilt 

dimt 

hint 

lint 

mint 



nest, dioh limp tilt list 



■ •T*i*WW*-iFi»i'-.-i 



ass 



't.ltiWMV^T.i'-ffij- 



jne|[., 

welt 

bent 

lent 

rent 

tent 

bond,... 
pond 
yond 
*pom|), 

frytwrx 
1 \JlllU 

bota 

?. ' l..l i -JiiL..lJI."t 



8 To ~7f~* 




■,.*i^^fmt 



hmg and Short Soupas of the Single VowehT 

LBteoN m.-^u short, fuxwwiuw' ^vrX I 



7 



Ifiulb tush 

surd bulk hqsk: 

hush bulk Tntisk 

musl^ lyrk . iHisk 

[rush busk tu'^k 



burl 
burn 



jump 



r^, 



|ti1i) hiirif 
DUnip bi;ri 






bust , a 

lust"'*^ 



SECTION IV. , , 

( nani and the Vowel e. 



fake 
lake 
[ak6 
iake 
lake 



1 
dale 
diame 
lame 
name 
same 
tame 



m|^es&^n I — a and i lonq. 



tape 

date 

hate 

late 

mate 

rate 



I 1 

ine wire 

jfi^:!i;dte 

Mpe dive 

ipe 

npe 

rire 



hive 
robe 
joke 



1 
pave 
rave 
save 
Hde 
wide 
like 

Les§o« li.— i, o, and u^ lonff. . 

poke hone 

yoke tone wore 

niole zone note 

hope vote 

pope rove 

rope wove 



^'i'-n^ 



bii^ lintt 

pHe mttti^ 

vile niiie 

<linie pine 

lime ti>e 

tore inbe 



dome 
home 
bone 



re 
June 
tune 
pure 
mute 



SECTION V. 
^ Words of five Letters. 

Two Congonants before the Vowet and twa after it. 
Lesson i.—a, e, i, and u, short. 



Jrand trash smelt 

stand stamp spent 

slash blend slept 

smash spend brisk 



4 

print 
stint 



blunt 



plush 

Hill rv* V 

blush stdhfip sfunt 
brush frump trusr'^ 



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I-ODg and Short Sounds of the single Vowels. 

SECTION VI. I 

Two CoDsooants before the Vowel, followed by another Con- 
8(»iant and the Vowfel e 



Blade 
shade 
spade 
trade 
drake 

1 
Slime 
primei 
shine 
spjrie 
brine 



i LESSON I. — a, and i, Iraig. 



shake 

sitake 

spake 

stale 

blame 



shame 

shape 

slate 

prate 

state 



shave 

slave 

brave 

stave 

bribe 



Lesion ii.— i, o, and u, long. 



snipe 

tripe 

spire 

smite 

spite 



drive 

probe 

broke 

smoke 

stole 



drone 

prone 

stone 

slope 

shore 



CHAPTER IV. 



1 
tribe 

slide 
bride 
spike 
smile 

1 
store 

smote 
drove 
stove 
plume 



Easy vrorda oC two syllables, eontainin? the simpte and sin^ll 
soundt of tlie consonants, and the long and short sounds of the vowl 
els only; in which there are no silent letters, either vowels or conl 
Isnnants; an J no words subject to diflferent accentuation or pronunj 
ciaiioD i^hen differently applied, as cmiUct and conduct, absittt an] 
absent, almie and abuagy or any words of ditferent orthojjraphy or defi 
jnition btrt pronounced alike. — Se^e remarks over Chapter III, |>a?e Isi 
I NoT«.r-.AU the vowel* In unaccented syllables, endlnar with a consonani 
jHhouia be pn^nounced short, unle« otherwise noted. The vowel a should t| 
pronounced short, in unaccented syllables, whether followed by a consonaS 
.or not, unles!« otherwise noted, thou?h weaker when standing alone or cndiiil 
•n tmaccented syllable than when accented. All other vowels, endinr an un 
accented syllable, should be pronounced lontr, thouarh weaker than when »i 
cented. / and «, when ending an unaccented syllable, should be pronounl 
ed likelon^ e, th-)ugh weaker than accented e long, exxept when « w precei 
ed by f, as in tatitfy, and in the words muUiply, octupy, and vrophaiy, where! 
should he sounded like long i. When e final ends an unaccented syllable, ij 
th',» anc*. the following Chapters in Part I, the preceding vowel in that syUall 
i>houU oe sounded long. ' 

SECTION I.— Consonants Single. 
Accented on the First Syllable. 
Lesson i. 
1 1 

o ral to tal 

11 * 1 

piU rSi fi vHi 

vi tal hu man 



Real 
a: »i 

tri ai 



po em 
di et 
poet 



■a 



>y another Coii' 



npfe and sin^lJ 
ounds ofthe vowl 
T vowels or conf 
ation or pronur 
viuct, absatt anj 
hosfraphy or defi 
pier III, iMiffe 15 
with a con«onAn8 
; vowel a should 
red by a consonail 
ing alone or cndinJ 
Hrels, endinar an uk 
tker than when ad 
ottld be pronouna 
t when y u precec 
1 propktty, where i 
icented syllable, I 
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Long and Short Sounds of the Single Vowels. 



Stu 3ent 
sj lent 
mo ment 
la tent 
po tent 
i pu trid 
blu jsh 

slavish 
pupil 



Lesson ii. 
1 



like short «, in unaccented er. 



April 
tulip 
deist 
sober 
tra der 
rider 
spi der 
baker 
ma ker 



Baby 
la dy 
shady 
tidy 
smoky 
duly 
7/d ny 
bony 
fpony 

, 4 

Talent 
pat ent 
but ment 
ad vent 
tem pest 
rab id 

♦ok :a 

val id 



LksSON III. — Vi 

1 
sto ny 

vary 

miry 

tory 

sto ry 

duty 

na vy 

ivy*^ 

lazy 



sha ker 
poker 
bro ker 
smo ker 
paper 
dra pel 
viper 
ha ter 
vo ter 

unaccented, like 

4 

san dal 
van dal 
den tal 
men tal 
mad man 
pen man 
tin man 
in bred 
kin dred 



rap id 
sapid 
vapid 
arid 
tim id 
livid 
vivjd 
splen did 



Lesson iv. 

4 



lim pid 
bed rid 
radish 
ban ish 
van ish 
parish 
lav ish 
rav ish 



la ver 
pa ver 
wa ver > 
sha ver 
di ver 
dri ver 
o ver 
ro ver 
dro yet r> 

long e. 

4 

hun dred 
em blem 
linden 
aspen 
in step 
ten et 
ham let 
inlet 
sun set 

4 

rel ish 
per ish 
pun ish 
blem ish 
blan dish 
bran dish 
pub lish 
burnish 



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1 8 

no, no 




'1 

\ 1, ;i 
1 


Long and Short Sounds of the Single Vowels. 






. 1 


Lesson v.-^e like short u, in unaccented «f „ :t , . ? 






1 


Peril pipkin spirit ush 6 


j 


^^^^^^H 


J \ 


lentil K7/ buskin bandit amber 


1 




anvil i meslin leper member 


1 Pan 


Bk.'!'^''" 


tendril habit ever limber 


1 evac 


^^Bi'-:} 


sat in deb it nev er tim ber 


B per ^ 




;i ,1' 


spav in ed it sev er um ber 


1 mis 1 




I'l.: ■ ■ 


nap kin mer it riv er num ber 


B reta] 




!*! ^ 


welkin limit shiver slumber 


I a wa] 
I em b 




1 i 


LeSSO*! VI.. 
* 4 4 


1 in ha 


^^^^^^Hji 


i| ; 


Elder murder bumper mister 


1 


^H il 


I 


render antler banter - sister 


I 


^B 


' 


tender butler sbel tet* blister 


1 Be sic 






slen der ham per virel ter mus ter 


1 sub si 


^^^^^^^^K 


1 


tinder pamper enter bluster 


1 be tid 






under tamper tenter salver 


1 pro v] 






sunder temper pester silver 


1 alike 




blun der ' ves per win ter tum bier 


1 un lik 


Hii 




plun dei^ sim per splin tej?- samp l^ 


1 re vil( 
1 sub lii 


■1 


J 
,1 


Lesson vii.— y, unaccented, like long e. 

4 4 A fl 

Very brandy dimly amply 
bevy sturdy inly simply 1 
lily badly surly sundry f 






ll- 


Pro v( 


^^B 


11 


a wok 


^^■i 


1 


pity madly justly peltry 


un yol 
a lone 


^Hiii 


privy manly shanty sultry 




study haply plenty pan tli' 


a tone 
elone 




dandy briskly nim Mr vestry 


x: - 


HHHi !^ 
— i . 


adbre 


■1 


li 


V 


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Loogr and Short Sounds of the Single Vowele. 

SECTION If. 

Accented on the Second SylliWf. 



Lesson i. 



1 

Pa rade 
evade 
per vade 
mis take 
re take 
a wake 
em bale 
inhale^' 



iifl f)'f 



mis name 
hu mane 
in sane 
a bate 
de bate * 
re bate 
se date 
elate 



relate 
trans late 
be have 
en slave 
de prave 
im pede 
su preme 
se rene 



Beside 
sub side 
be tide 
pro vide 
alike 
un like 
re vile 
sub lime 



Lesion ii. 



sa line 
o pine 
re pine 
ad mire 
re spire 
in spire 
per spire 
as spire 



4 

trans pire 
sus pire 
en tire 
re tire 
unite 
polite 
in vite 
de spite 



Pro vok4 
awoke 
un_ 
alone 
a tone 
e lonft 

adbre 



is\ 



Lesson nr. 



de plore 
im plore 
a shore 
re store 
re mote 

de note 



de vote 
de lude 
re buke 
en dure 
ab jure 
adjure 
de mure 




• 
ad here 
re vere 
se vere 
re plete 
im bibe 
abide 
de ride - 
aside 



alive 
de rive 
re vive 
sur vive 
de prive 
a bode 
re voke 
in voke 



ma nure 
im pure 
ma turc 
sa lute 
de pute 
re pute 
impute 






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Lons and Short S ad* of the Single VoweU. 



Rat an 
se (Jan 
ja pan 
mis hap 
en trap 
alas 
un apt . 
a dap(: 



IrTtent"/*^ 
event 
prevent" 
in vent 
a dept 
mo It ,i 
de test ' 
in vest 



4 

rep^l 
pro pel 
im pel 
hold 
un bred 
be held 
up held 

4 

until 
un pin 
ad mit 
o mit 
re mit 



a.-nen 
a mend 
de pend 
im pend 
sus pend 
pre tend 
in tend 
d'f et 



LXSSON V. 



4 

abet 
be set 
upset 
bre vet 
un belt 
in dent 
re lent 
la ment 



sub sist 

en list 

de sist 

in sist 
^;,,, per sist 
trans mit a midst 
sub mit de mur 
mis print ab surd 

SECTION IlL-^Consonants Double. 

Accented on the First Syllable. 

Lesson i — e like short u, in unaccented er. 



4 

re turn 
re but 
adult 
ab rupt 
ro bust 
adjust 
un just 
mis trust 



Vas sal 
bal last 
tur ret 
pal lid 
rub bish 
snap pish 
net tish 



pip pin 
ten nis 
sum mit 
jab ber 
blab ber 
blub ber 
ad der 




mad der 
blad der 
ed der 
bid der 
ud der 
rudder 

1 V It /4 ^ ^ *. 

Tuuu ucr 



mil ler 
tiller 
ham mer 
ram mer 
stam mer 
sim mer 
sum mer 



dr 



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Long and Short Sounds of the Single Vowels. 



LEfSON II. 



Ban ner 
tan ner 
inner 
din ner 
sin ner 
tin ner 
spin ner 
dun ner 



Mut ter 
shut ter 
sput ter 
stut ter 
bab ler 
sad dler 
slat tern 
bittern 



run ner 
dap per 
pep per 
dip per 
slip per 
up per 
sup per 
dres ser 



■J i ■ ly , ' 



bat ter 
hat ter 
lat ter 
mat ter 
tat ter 
plat ler 
shat ter 
smat ter 



spat ter 
let ter 
tet ter 
bit ter 
lit ter 
tit ter 
utter 
but ter 



Lesson hi. 



tab by 
shab by 
shrub by 
ed dy 
muddy 
rud dy 
dally 
rally 



4 

sally 
tally 
shel ly 
hilly 
sil ly 
dully 
sul ly 
mum my 



jenny 
penny 

sunny 
happy 
nappy 
sap py 
puppy 
harry 



Lessoit ir. 



Mar ry 
pat ry 
merry 
perry 



U^,tym Columns Accented on tii« Second Syllable. 

pet ty 
dit ty 
witty 



putty 
smut 



at tire 
ar rive 
11 lume 
as sume 



ap pend 
at tend 
ar rest 

of f Afff 



VI iib 










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Long and Short Sounds of the Single Vowels. 

.«isw. CHAPTER V. 

so^i:fli'fo^ZZ'^^^^^^^ -d single 

vowels only Se^remarkf L^^^^^ and short sounds of the 
pag s 15 aLi 18 "°^^ °''*' ^^^P^«^« ^^I and IV, 

SECTION I.^Con5on««^, &,W,. 
Pnmary,.^caent on the First|^yllable, and th/secondarjr o. the 






. i> 



Ra di gte 
medl^ie^;' 
spo U ate 
de vf ate 
vi o late 
mu ti lata 



^ ' Lksson I. 
1 

do rate 
po ten tate 
la hi al 
menial 
ve ni al 
jo vi al 



pluvial 
nil mer al 

piiritan 
di a dem 
vi o let 
le ni ent 



Sa pi ent 
o ri ent ': 
viofey ■ 
pu m lent 

nutrJnient 
so ber Ij 
silently 



LtssoN ii._y, unaccented, like Jong e. 



mu ti ny 
di a ry 
pri ma ry 
lu na ry 
statary 
no ta ry 
ro ta ry 

Lesson hi. 



Vo ta ry 
li bra ry 
ri val ry 
laity 
U ni ty 
pu ri ty 
pa pis try 



iji ii 



Ampliate emulate 

lib^r ate ^^^^^afttmu late 



lit er ate 
verier ^te 
tern per ate 
rep rb bate 
lap i <Fate 
des o later 



stip u late 
in so late 
ven ti late 
an i mate 
es (i rttate 



em a nate 
amputate 
med i tate 
mil i tate 
im i tate 

palpitate 
rett o vfltoy . % 



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nple and single 
1 sounds of the 
Jrs HI and IV, 



J o — g — V — i. ■■ — — -• 2o 

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Longr and Short Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
Lesson iv. 



Man u al 
lib er al 
mineral 
lat er al 
sev eral 
ani mal 
mat ro nal 
pat ro nal 
tern po ral 

4 

In 30 lent 
tur bu lent 
pes ti lent 
tes ta ment 
in stru ment 
ped i ment 
sed i ment 
det ri ment 



e like short u, in 

4 

Ambi tude 
turpitude 
al ti tude 
mul ti tude 
ap ti tude 
am pli tude 



4 

ad mi ral 
ped es tal 
in ter val 
in di an 
vet er an 
rev er end 
dividend 
am u let 
riv u let 

Lesson v. 

4 

sentiment v 
ban ish ment 
rav ish ment 
pun ish ment 
blan dish ment 
ab sti nent 
im po tent 
pen i tent 

Lesson vi, 
unaccented er, and y, 



par a pet 
am bi ent 
dil u ent 
ab lu ent 
rev er ent 
im pu dent 
ev i dent 
prev a lent 
in do lent 



in ter est 
pan to mime 
par a site 
sem i tone 
an ti dote 
hab i tude 
lat i tude 
plenitude 



in sti tute 
sub sti tute 
mur der er 
pub lish er 
mar in er 
min is ter 



unaccented, like long e. 

4 

mel o dy 
par o dy 
sub si dy 
ver i ly 
privily 
lit a ny 




m 



if^<otmmf»0*Mit 



mm 



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F>te, far, fall, fat, what-me, met, hw, they-pjne, pin, atir, shire, fli^ 



Pen u ry 
in ju ry 
rev el ry 
pan o ply 
pedan try. 
jnin is try 
in dus trv 
dep u ty 



Long and Short Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
Lesson vii. 

4 



am ity 
san i ty 
van i ty 
par i ty 
rar i ty 
len i ty 
ver i ty 
lev i ty 



brev i ty 
dim i ty 
trin i ty" 
en mity 
en ti ty 
pen al ty 
lib er ty 
am nes ty 



De ni al 
re vi val 
in hu man 
a bate ment 



SECTION U.— Consonants Single 
Accented on the Second Syllable. 

Lesson i. 
1 

in ure ment 
de po nent 
pro po nent 
ad he r.ent 
in he rent 



de bate ment 

en slave ment ver ba tim 

re tire ment pur su er 



a tone ment 
e lope ment 

4 

In un date 
in tes tate 
pa ren tal 
a mend ment 
in vest ment 
a but ment 
adjust ment 
in treT) id 
in sip id 



in va der 
de ri der 

Lesson ii. 

4 

re plen ish 
di min ish 
u ten sil 
re plev in 
in hab it 
in hib it 
pro hib it 
in her it 
de mer it 



pro vi der 
de lu der 
ad mi rer 
a do rer 
de ba ter 
se vere ly 
en tire ly 
un ho ly 
un du ly 

4 

de IW er 
re mem ber 
Sep tem ber 
No vem ber 
me an der 
be wil del 
a sun der 
ir tent ly 
un just ly 



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Bas ti nade 
pal i sade 
bal us trade 
un der take 
o ver take 
rein state 
mis be have 
in ter vene 
su per vene 



un der stand 
rep re hend 
o ver set 
un der went 
re in vest 
vi lin 
man u mit 
readmit 
in ter mit 



Long and Short Sounds of the Single Vowels 

SECTION lll.--Consonants Singh 

Secondary Accent on the First Syllable, and the Primary on 

the third. ^ 

Xksson I. 
1 

per se vere 
un der line 
un der mine 
im po lite 
re u nite 
o ver drive 
al a mode 
in ter lope 
pre ma ture 

SECTION lV.-.Consonants Double. 
Primary Accent on tU first Syllable, and the Secondary on 

the third. ' 

Lesson i. 

4 A 

sup pie ment 
sat el lite 
ap pe tite 
pep per mint 
at ti tude 
butter nut 
bar ri er 
mil lin er 

Lesson h. 
Accented on the Second Syllable. 

Arrival appellate as sever 

allurement illustrate surrender 

opponent embellish attemper 

al lu rer «s sas cin n-^ u ,_ ___ 

polluter impellent as sem bly 



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Palliate 
ap pro bate 
im mo late 
sup pu rate 
ir ri tate 
tn no vate 
an nu al 
mer ri ment 



hap pi \y 
man ner ly 
bit ter ly 
sum ma ry 
bil ber ry 
mul ber ry 
nul li ty 
ter ri bly 



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Long and Short Sounds of the Single Vowels. 

CHAPTER VI. 

Easy words of four syllables -See remarks and note over Chap- 
ter III and IV, pages 15 and 18. 

SECTION 1.— Consonants Single 

Primary Accent on the First Syllable, and the Secondary on 

the Third. 

Lesson i. 

Tem per ate ly pen i tent ly 
intimately January 



ab so lute ly 
im pu dent ly 
ev i dent ly 
in so lent ly 



lit er a ry 
vul ner a ry 
serri i na ry 
pul mo na ry 



tem po ra ry 
ad ver sa ry 
sal u ta ry 
trib u ta ry 
mil i ta ry 
sed en ta ry 



SECTION II.— Consonants Single. 
Primary Accent on the Second Syllable, and the Secondary or 

the fourth. 



E nu mer ate 
re mu ner ate 
a e ri al 
im pe ri al 
ma te ri al 
me mo ri al 



Lesscxn 1. 

4 

in sin u ate 
re tal i ate 
de lib er ate 
re it er ate 
ob lit er ate 



in an i mate 
pre des ti nate 
e lab o rate 
e vap o rate 
pre med i tate 
in tem per ate ma lev o lent 
in tim i date be nev o lent 



his to ri an 

SECTION m.-^Consonants Double 



Al le vi ate 
ab bre vi ate 
ap pro pri ate 

11 lu nil uaie 



L 



Lesson i. 

4 

at ten u ate 
il lit ter ate 
as sim i late 
as sas si nate 



il lib er al 
em bel lish ment 
un mannerly 
immensi ty 



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Lesson i. 




THE HORSE. 

A horse has four long legs, and a long neck 
lie can walk or run with a man on his bfck 

Ihe horse is kind, and will work hard if vou 

ive hira grass, hay, oats, or corn. ^°" 

He can_ draw the cart, coach, or sleieh • and 

he can help to plough the field. ^ ' ' 

The horse can kick with his feet, and hurt 

ou J you must not go near his heels. i 

land wn J,'t^ ^T^ ^V^- «« •■« '■«"d of play, 
[and will eat meal or salt out of your hand. ^ 

The flesh of the horse is not good for food • 

but, his skin ,s good for shoes and boots ' 

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Lesson ir. 

Rise with the lark each day, as soon as it is 
light, for it is wrong to lose your time in bed. 

When you rise, pray to God to keep you 
from harm, and do the same when you lie down 
at night. 

If you rise early you can walk in the fields, 
and see the sun rise ; but you can not see that 
fine sight, if you sit up late at night, and then 
lie in bed late to sleep. 

Jane and Ann once went to the fields with 
their aunt just as the light of day was seen in 
the east, and she took them to the top of a hill 
where they saw the sun rise up as from the sea. 
While they stood there, the lark rose from 
her, bed of grass, and sung a sweet song as she 
flew high in the air. 

Lesson in. 

Come to school clean and neat, play not oy 
the way, but try to be the first in your seat at 
school, and strive to learn as fast as you can. 

Be kind to all witb whom you play, and 
do not hurt them, but try to do right at alll 
times ; for, God sees all we do ; and, he knows 
all thai we think. 

Jane, thefe is a poor girl at the door. It is 
quite cold and she has an old thin frock on. 
The poor girl said she had come to ask some one 
to give her a frock. Jane was so kind as to give 
her one of her own frocks. 

We should be kind to the poor. We may 
■-.■^ «.j y^jx/i ao tiiio gm uiiu iiccu ueip as mucn 
as she 



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THE SHEEP AND LAMBS. 

nro^fT^'T!''^.^ ?i *^^'^ ^"^ «^^^P an^ those 
pretty Jambs ? How they love to skip and plav 

on the nice green grass ! They are very kind ! 

and will let you feel of their soft wool 'j 

thin ^^^ ^^^ ^'^'^ ^""^ ^^^' ^^^'''' ^"^ °*^^^'' 

The flesh of the sheep, which is wiled mutton ■ 
IS very good for food. 'i 

Sheep have thick wool which keeps them 
warm when the air is cold, and of this vvool our 
warm clothes are made, 

JL ^^t. 'P""S. "^ *''« y^*"-. when the air is 
warm, the wool is cut or sheared from the sheepJ 
1 he men put the sheep in a pen or yard from' 
the lambs, and let them out, one by one ^ 

o«7h ^"w''"".- '^''"" the femal/bleats to 
call her lamb, and the lamb returns the bleat and 

jumps and skips to its mother. It is a most 
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Lesson v. 

George, where does the rain come from ? 

ft comes from the clouds. If it should not 
rain and the sun should not shine to make it 
warm, there wuuid oe no corn, or rye, Or wheat; 
for, they will not grow without rain and suii- 
'shine. Then we could have no bread. 

Let us go into the fields to see if the grain is 
ripe. Yes, it is ripe, 

The stalkf pij whieh the rye and wb^at grow! 
make str»^;'' '■■>*■'' --^ '....,. r:.^ .i. "■' 

A bundle of rye or wheat is a sheaf. When 
the sheaves are d^y they are thrashed Then 
the rye^or wheat is sept to the mill to be ground. 
When it is ground it is called flour. Bread is 
made of flour. 



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Jjt.OSUIN VI. - ,. 

Charles, how many mills mak^'k^ceiit ? Ten. 
E:^"^ many cents make a dime ? Ten. How 
mdny dimes make a dollar ? Ten. How many 
dbllars make an eagle? Ten. 

-John, how many days in a year f Three 
hUrtdi-ed and sixty-five. How many weeks in a 
yfear? Fifty-two. How many days in a week? 
Seven. What are they called ? ►'■'unday, Moh- 
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 
Saturday. How many hours in a day ? 1\veti- 
ty-four. How many minutes iii an hour ? Sixty.; 
How many seconds in a minute ? Sixty. Howj 
riiany months in a year ? Twelve.. What are! 
tWy called ? January, February, A'arch, Apriljl 
May, June, July, August, September, Gctob^r;" 
November, December- • 



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PART II. 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels, Diph, 
I thongs and Triphthongs. ^^ 

|.hon%rrnJ TrInMl ""*"''"'' "^ '^^ ^"""''^ "^ ««"«'« Vowels, Diph- 
fmly the simple consonant sounds ar*.ffiv»^i. T„ .i,- w . V. '^«" /> 

Ibntof (lirterpnt r.r.h„r K ^^V .' ""^"^ «"y words pronnnncpd olike 

Icnnracter, th« preceding vowpI in that svn.hi« k*"*:'^^'"^"*''^^ '" « l^"manj 
Pk '".^w^'" = >>^>tint be punted n Italic Senl'L^JJ?;"^ ''^ pronounced lon,r,! 
IvM '11 "^ I'r pounced ^Lrt, «V"n hoSilc Pwi^^^^^ 

IsylUble, and is immBdiately preceded hvi ^^^ ." t ''"'^■* *" unaccented^ 
Jrowel should be pronounced lo^.,h, «^ "^"'^el wi,ich j, not silent, th» 
lately preceding tL e beXnt, tl,^' vow^i T;^""Jli' ' H'*^ t*^« ^"^''l imraX' 
In cat-a-lo,.««,° i„ the i^maininfr PartfoFTh'lfh!!!*'**! '''^°"^<* ''^ '^hortra.i 
Ivowel, shows the accented syllable without «nv«*K' * 5?"''«' P^«<=«'1 "'^w »i 
fcnines the sound of the tcoenttd voS whil^f^n*'*''' .'^":?<^*o". and deter- 
■tnother figure occwrs. voweis whidi foUow in that column uitfl 



CHAPTER I. 

lonosyllabK containing Various ™d Peculiar Sounds of the 

fcingie VoAveis. • 



SECTION l.-C<^ns^nanh Sin^e, 



Jade 

wake 

slake 

hame5 

bane 

•sane 

ape 

nape 

pate 



histe 

taste 

eke 

eve 

stride 

dike 

strike 

tile 

wile 



spile 

kine 

trine 

shrine 

stripe 

ire 

trite 

rive 

shive 



Lesson i. 



mi'ld 

wild 

bind 

hind 

kind 

rind 

blind 

pint 

node 



spike 

stroke 

mope 

tope 

strove 

old 

porJc 

torii 

shorn 



bilt 

doll 

jolt 

sport 

host 

ill* 'OL 

post 

spume 

du]^e 



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Fate, ti 


> a 4 

ir, fall, fat, 
rarious an 


» 1 4 8 9 
what— me, met, her, they- 


1 4 8 10 11 '1 
-pine, pin, atir, shire, firm— ; 


i 

no, n 




y 


d Peculiar Sounds of the Single 


Vowels. 




^^^^^^^H 

^^^^H 






Lesson ii. — a flat. 








Blr 


bJrb 


mirsh shirk 


hirm 


dVt 




^■'mI 


i ; 


jar 


hard 


bark spark 


barn 


mart 


Va 




j 


mar 


lard 


dark stark 


darn 


part 


havin 


^^H 1 


■'1 


1 


par 


pard 


hark har) 


yarn 


smart 


in a, 






tar 


yard 


lark marl 


harp 


tart 


Not] 
any ot 


^^H !:/':''i1' 


spar 


shard 


mark snarl 


sharp 


start 


long, 1 




star 


harsh 


park arm 


* 

art 


starve 


the a li 
ta/, cor 




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Brotid a long. 






itsiBho 




1 i 




hilt 


sHat 


spalt wlr 


Warn 


- Wart 




Hi ' ' 


malt 


smalt 


salts . warm 


warp 


waltz 












Lesson in. 






Si(^ 






4 


vilvc 


Imp rum 


wand 


bJrd 


pun 


^^^^^^^B 




And 


shred 


shrimp spurn 


want 


dirk 


dra 




1 


rand 


end 


"wisp sud* 


wa^ 


dirt 


e ra 


^^^^^BlH 




blr.nd 


mesh 


hi^ mumps 


wasp 


shirt 


dati 






strand 


elk 


slit jut 


wast 


word 


stra 






ash 


elm 


split rut 


plod 


world 


vist 






spa^m 


pelt 


spilt strut 


shot 


work 


U va 


^hi 




strap 


hest 


stilt burnt 


d6 


worm 








ha« 


lest 


splint burst 


move 


wont 


mm 






Shalt 


delve 


wist durst 


•bSsh 


worst 


sTavi 






apt 


helve 


midst wad 


push 


wort 


nf»m 


m 




brant 


pri^m . 


shrub wash 


sir 


love 


man 


Hi 




have 


strip 


hum wan 


stir 


shove , 


hen 


^Hfi 




- 


/ 








rats 


^^^na 




, V 


SECTION U.— Consonants Double. 




mem 






R6I] 


m 


Lesson i. 
bill shrill 


)arr 


miss 


man 
in m 


^■i' (4 




droll 


dell 


dill trill 


ess 


bliss 


v?br 






stroll 


hell 


hill spill 


mess 


truss 1 


f * LIX 


^^■'' 




small 


tell 


mill still 


bless 


buzz ! 


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tall 

stall 


well 
yell 


pill dull 
rill hull 


dress 
press 


6((d 
doll 


prep 

'a dll 


^^Ka 






Sbb 


shell 


sill lull 


tress 


loll 


1. 
in va 


^Hi 


dJ 




add 
mall 


smell 
spell 


till mull 
will null 


stress 
hiss 


bMl 
pull 


di lar 


■■p 


m vl 




L 


shall 


ill 


drill bunn 


kiss 


puss 




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Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 

CHAPTER II. 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Vowels, contained in words 
having a various and different number of syllables, and ending 
in a, ane, ake, ane, ate. al, an, ar, ard, ark, arm, art, and ant. 

.n^^'ntwVilf " ■ °V\i.^ *1: *cc5"ied sylUble, not final, is followed by r and 
any other consonant, the a has its flat sound, and the o the sound of firoad i 
long, M in par-take por-tend ; but when followed by rr or by r and a vowel 
he a is short and the o has the sound of broad a short, as in ar-r.rc, Aor-^^S 
ff ' u^TiP' "r-»-*»«f-'«'» except when a is preceded by w or gu, where it has 
its short broad sound, as in quar-an-tine, ^c. ""^lo n um 



SAda 
puma 
dra ma 
e ra 
da ta 
stra ta 
VIS ta 
U va 



SECTION l.'-Consonants Single 
Lesson i. — ^Ending in a. 



Stan za 
zebra 
pap^ 
ire a 
mani a 
^p er a 
lamina 
stam i na 



ret i na 
i dh a* 
ban d^n a 
ar m4 da 
veranda 
di pl& ma 
mi as ma* 



ban I na 
pla ti na 
i o ta* 
so ni ta 
sa Ijf va 
ma ]a ri a 
di o r^ ma* 
pan o ra ma 



a r^ na 
Lesson ii.—Iu ade, ake, ane, and ate. 
H6me made be take p8p u late re mfin strate 

d^t o nate 

d^m i nate 

nom i nate 

6r di nate 

&b sti nate 

hh i tate 

pen e trate 

h bi trate 

a p6s tate 
Lesson hi. — In ate. 
per am bu late sub tr di nate 
de p5p u late 
a bom i nate 
pre dom i nate 
de nom i nate 



s?ave trade par take 

namesake urbane 

man drake di late 

hen bane ob late 

ratsbane mu n ate 

mem brane 6b vi ate 

man date tol er ate 

in mate op er ate 

vf brate dis per ate 

In v^t er ate 
pre pun der ate 
a dAl ter ate 
jin val i date 
di Jan i date 



mar ma l&de 
ser e nade 
prom e nade 
mis re late 
m^ li o rate 
de lin e ate 
hu mil i ate 
re pi di ate 
in e bri ate 



in vi o late 



tri um vi rate* 
de bil i tate 
de th ri o rate 
III lei me di 



m or di nate 

* J, first syllable, long. 



ace 



in ter s^ra i nate 



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M6r al 
n5r mal 
ph nal 
ve nal 
spi nal 
o pal 
pa pal 
spi ral 
na *al 
dur sal 
natal 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
Lksson IV. — In a I. 



pi tal 
mor tal 
pAr tal 
vis tal 
6 val 
^ tral 
lin e al 
or de al 
ir se nal 
n6m i nal 
&r di nal 



Ru di mSn talf 
det ri men tal 
sen ti men tal 
nil tri men tal 
in stru men tal 

Ri man 
trade* man 
sale* man 
states man 
sports man 
mirks man 
milk man 
kins man 
hunts man 
b6nd man 



pM a tal 
id^al* • 
bap iis mal 
tri hi nal* 
di 4r nal* 
re vi *al 
pro po *al 
pe ru sa] 
re pri sal 
pri me val* 
re mo val 
Lesson v — In al. 

hor i zSn tal 

mat ri mi ni al 

pat ri mo ni al 

tes ti mo ni al 

min is te ri al 
Lesson vii. — In an. 



re me di al 
prtt so di al 
no ta ri al 
ar te ri al 
ar mo ri al 
sen so ri al 
ab dum i nal 
pro nom i naJ 
o ri en tal 
mon u mental 
or na men tal 



sen a ti ri al 
or a to ri al 
ed i to ri al 
mon i to ri al 
me di a to ri sJ 



Pli* ant 
ptfd ant 
ten ant 
dor mant 
rem nant 

in fitonf 

le vant 



work man 

s4 tan 

siil tan 

di vkn 

al der man 

wa ter man 

pS,r ti 5an 

me rid i an 

bar bi ri an 

li bra ri an* 

Lesson vii. — In arit. 
vi* i tant 
prot es tant 
rel e vant 
pur sh ant 
a bun dant 



im plant 
trans plant 
r^ di ant 
stim u lant 
ad a mant 
ad ju tant 
mil i tant 






as Di 



first syllable, long. 



rant 

t u like 00 



di \\x vi an 
pe des tri an 
post me rid i an 
trill i ikri an 
post di lu vi an 
met ro p6l i tan 
pre des ti n.i ri an 
an te di lu vi an 
lat i tu di na ri an 
val etu dtnari an 



im ptVrtant 
i tin er ant* 
in til er ant 
pro ih ber ant 
pre pin der ant 
pre uom i nant 
in haD i tant 



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Various and rt'cuiiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
Lesson viii.— In ar, ard, and, ark, arm, and irt. 

NoTi— In all the final syllables In thU Lmsoh, a hat its ftat sound excent 
when preceded by w, where it ha-, its lon^ broad iound. ' ^ 



Mii lai* 
po lar 
asn lar 
<U.r mar 
tttn plar 
si an (I a III 
tan yard 
land mark 
post mark 



li\ke warm 
ram part 
up start 
de bk 
em bar 
un bar 
ba zar 
de mand 
re mand 



re tird 
a Ward 
re ward 
de bark 
em bark 
re mark 
un arm 
a larm 
a part 



de pirt 
im part 
lln e ar 
tab u lar 
ti te lar 
tu bu lar 
sub li nar 
in ter lard 
un p6p u lar 



f 



Trl dd 
Wr aid 
mid land 
up land 
pi)t dsh 
kid iiap 



Vll U 
lem ma 
man na 
sen na 
mam m\ 
ad din da 

rm tale 
pen nate 
nar rate 
an nal.9 
mill dam 
bpll man 
pil lard 
stM lar 
har ass 



Lesson ix. — Various terminations containing a. 



A pi ate 
^m e raid 
ul ti mate 
be hind hand 
mis un der stAnd 
su per si de as 



b/ as bl valve 

to paz in state 

pre! ate a bash 

sen ate un man 

pi rate per haps 

pri vate A Ij as 

SECTIOIM ll.—Consonants Double, 
Lksson I.— Ending in a. 
um br^l la sa van na 

ma nil la du en na 

va nil la er ri ta 

ba ril la pi 4z za 

di lem ma am mcS ni a 

ho 5an na sar sa pa t1\ la 

Lesson ii.— In al, ate, ant, &c. 



wind lass 
lam pass 
tres pass 
pen nant 
War rant 
rals state 
mo faSS 
sup plant 
tit il late 



M to man 
an no tate 
an nu lar 
sup pli ant 
as so nant 
in spis sate 
I'xj mjf ai 
im mJ'.r tal 



ap prf val 
me dal lar 
em bar rass 
ap pen dant. 
at ten dant 
ap pel lant 
ab er rant 
as sis tant 



trans mit tal ir ra di ate 



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la34 5 148 91 48 10 II 

Fate, far, fall, fat, what— me, met, her, they — pine, pin, stir, shire, linn— 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
Lesson hi. — In, a), an, ate, and ant. 



An ni^ hi late 
al lo di al 
bi en ni al* 
tri en ni al* 
per en ni al 
mil len ni al 
Sep ten ni al 



no v^n ni al 
al ]h vi al 
ter res tri al 
ir rel e vant 
im mh (ii ate 
im m6(l er at^ 
sup pie m^n tal 



in ap arA pri ate 
sem i an nu al 
im ma t^ ri al 
im me mo ri al 
ter ri to ri al 
sub ter rd no an 
med i ter ra ne an 



* », first syllable, long. 

CHAPTER III. 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Vowels, contained in words 
of a various and different number of syllables, and ending in e, 
ede, ete, erb, ed, end, el, em, en, et, ent, ess, and- est. 

SECTION I 

Lesson i. 
Ending in e, erb, ed, end, ete, erd, el, em, en, et, ent, and est. 



■Consonants Singie. 



DMe 
pr6v erb 
id verb 
bf-ped 
ha tred 
sti pend 
p5t sherd 
mod el 
novel 
Ubel 
libel 
dam se\ 



mlr vel 
pr6b lem 
f tem 
o men 
val et 
\h let 
bars let 
hor net 
bine set 
6n set 
tri dent 
^r dent 



pave ment 
ship ment 
vest ment 
sM vent 
mod est 
hir vest 
mis led 
por lend 
sub tend 
re sent 
por tent 
be best 



di v^st 
Sim i le 
6b so lete 
sSn ti nel 
res i dent 
prSv i dent 
op u lent 
^r ma ment 
or na ment 
v^ he ment 
im pie ment 
m6n u ment 



Lesson ii. — Ending in e, ed, ede, el. end, and ent. 



PrSm i nent 
be lov ed 
be U ted 
en am el 
di shev el 
ab s5r bent 
em pule ment 



a pirt ment 
de part ment 
re sSnt ment 
im pr&ve ment 
in sM vent 
su per s^dc 
min u end 



di as to le* 
e pit o me 
a p6t o me 
a n^m o ne 
un mer it ed 
un lim it ed 
un vis it ed 



post pone ment sub tra hend a p^ ri ent 

de port ment tSm per a ment non rh i dent 



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tained in words ' 
nd ending in e, 
Lest. 



e niol u ment 
itu ped i ment 
ha bil i ment 
a biil ish ment 



su per in t^nd 
knis rep re sent 
un in Mb it ed 
su per em i nent 
su per in ttn dent 



T" 8 r~6 7 8 i 4 i 7 1 3 i 4 

no, nor, not, to, good, dove— t ube, t ub, rule, bull — dew, crew, fly, system. 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
Lesson hi. — In, ed, end, and ent. 
Im pr&v i detit e stab lish ment in de p4n dent 

pre em i nent 

om nip o tent 

im pen i tent 

un di vi' ded 

as ton ish ment om ni pres eiit 

SECTION IL— Consonants Double. 
Lesson i. — Ending in ed, el, ent, &c. 

jo h4n nes un der sMl 

re pel lent ir c^v er ent 

at tdl lent em bar rass ment 

an nA\ ment un pol 1& ted 

as sess ment un re mit tent 

as sort ment in ter mit tent 

ab hor rent mis ap pre hSnd 

im m^d est un Ir ri ta ted 

un sp^t ted ap pre y nd un al ji vi a ted 

Other Consonants Single. 



Vbs se 
wit ted 
well bred 
ill bred 
tram mel 
tas sel 
bride well 
ndt shell 
p61 len 

Lesson ii. — In ess. 
N4me less pile ness 



sSn net 
is sets 
tSr rent 
pell m^U 
un well 
mis spell 
at tent 
p4r al lei 



blame less 
vshame less 
shape less 
taste less 
hope less 
use less 
stir less 
harm less 
art less 
^nd less 
sin less 
sun less 
sap less 
help less 
rest less 



stale ness 
lame ness 
"ame ness 
tame ness 
base ness 
late ness 
wide ness 
like ness 
vile ness 
ripe ness 
prone ness 
sore ness 
pure ness 
mute ness 
mild ness 



blind ness 
bold ness 
hir ness 
hard ness 
dark ness 
harsh ness 
sharp ness 
tart ness 
smart ness 
bild ness 
salt ness 
short ness 
bid ness 
mad ness 
sad ness 
rash ness 



list less wild ness damp ness 

sp6t less kind ness apt ness 



red ness 
wet ness 
brisk ness 
wit ness 
blunt ness 
just ness 
wine press 
mis tress 
un l^ss 
re dress 
de press 
re press 
p6 et ess 
pit i less 
bdd i less 
spir ii less 
num bei 



shel ter less 



.M 



iljiuii lii. 



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Jlgte^^r.^^.,^ hor. tl^^^X^n. s^r;sg rJt.Vn.: 



Various and 
Lesson m. 
Blanae less ness 
shame less ness 
shape less ness' 
taste less ness 
hope less niess 
use less ness 
h^rm less ness 
ait less ness 
^nd less ness 
sin less nes^ 
help less ness 
fest less ness 

L'ftSSON IV. 

HA me li ness 

lone li ness 

man li ness 

sur li ness 

world li ness 

love li ness 

mi* ri ness 

po ri ness 

tes ti ness 

mis ti ness 

Lesson v. 
4 

Ab bess 
^dd ness 
i-all ness 
small ness 
ill ness 
still ness 
shrill ness 
as suss 



Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
—In ess. Other Consonants Single. 



rab id ness 

viv id ness 

mor bid nes: 

tur bid ness 

sor did ness 

tor pid ness 

pi trid ness 

sla vish ness 

so ber ness 

lim ber ness 

ten def nessT 

slen der ness 



wil der ness 
like warm ness 
sha di ness 
tir di ness 
wm di ness 
stur di ness 
mil ki ness 
sil ki ness 
sul ki ness 
hA li ness 
state li ness 
live li ness 



— In ess. Other Consonants Single. 



dds ti ness 
rus ti ness 
mus ti ness 
trus ti ness 
M zi ness 
p^l tri ness 
sul tri ness 
mhn i tress 
re 14 nt less 
re ski less 



se date ness 
su pine ness 
po lite ness 
mo rose ness 
re mote ness 
de mure ness 
ma ture ness 
in t^nt ness 
ab rupt ness 
im po Uxe ness 



po5 jyess 
ad dress 
op press 



—In ess. Other Consonants Double. 
sup pr^ss 
p^n ni less 
sup per less 
bles sed ness 
bar ren ness 
pal lid ness 
h^r rid ness 
rid dish ness 
pet tish ness 
slut tish ness 
s&t tish ness 
bit ter ness 



shab hi ness 
mud di ness 
rud di nessr 
sil li ness 
hap pi ness 
sap pi ness 
mer ri ness 
wit ti ness 
smut ti ness 
diz zi ness 

nrp nnc cpoo 

s:r ' r" 

sJip per 1 ness 



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, » a » 6 7 8 r 4 G T 1 -R i ;— 

|no . nor, not, to, good, dove-tube, tub, rul». hull-dew, crew, fli. sv.t^n. . 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 

CHAPTEll IV. 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Vowels, contained in words 
ym^ a various and different numoer of sin^eJ^^dZd^^g 
m t, ide, the, me, ire, id, ish. He, ite, ive, ism, <5fc. ^ 

SECTION L—Consonants Single. 
Lesson i.-Ending in i, ide, ike, ire, id, ish, &c. 



DSmi 
sem i 
inside 
man like 
war like 
tdrn pike 



hSrn pipe 
pi5 mire 
vam pire 
em pire 
um pire 
pur blind 



hand spike s6i id 



bas tile 
bed time 
I sir dine 
I sdn shine 

vam it 

' 5r bit 
h. nit 
hm pit 
\ pSl pit 
J trAn sit 
uhi rist 
' bap tist 
\h tist 
(15n list 

M6r al ist 
nov el ist 
v? o list 
b^t a nist 
dram a tist 
abSlish 
de mol ish 



m6r bid 
tdr bid 
sSr did 
h& mid 



ti mid 
stu pid 
tSr pid 
lirid 
p61 ish 
rA kish 
mu Ijsh 
bri nish 
tir nish 
var nish 



M tish 
ri&s tril 
rob in 
bod kin 
vcAs 1*1 
pur Jin^ 
lord ship 
wor ship 
ibis 



1 ris 

V15 it 



i pish 
^EssoN ii.—In it, ist, ind, ire, &c. 
be Side* re mJnd tdm a rind 

un wind 
here in 
re *ist 
sor dTrie 
ma rine 
ton tine 
^1 ka li 



re *ide 
pre *ide 
di vide 
di vine 
de *ire 
un bind 
be hind 
m'&n kind 
un kind 



fib e lisk 
bas i lisk 
as te risk 
in te rim 
san he drim 
Work man ship 
mSm ber ship 



Workman like pirt ..er ship 
tar pen tine sub di vide 



Lesson iii._l„ ist, ish, is, and ine. 



re p61 ish 
ad mon ish 
as ton ish 
man ua rin 
trans ma rine 
sub ma rine 
liiin er al ist 



mo nSp list 
a nat o mist 
me tr8p o lis 
lit er A ti* 
ul tra ma rTne 



<: ■-Milt(!^^mM^'mmwi»^l^^:^^i^*, 



*{, last syllable, lon^ 



»«o <-A _: _i ?_x 
lua tc n ai iSU 

a man u ^n si* 



llllill 

T ill 

|3ji|f'' 



Pill 



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'is 4 51 4 89 14 ~8 10 11"" 

i-ate, far, fall, fat, what— me, met, her, they— ijjne, pin, stir, shire, firm- 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
Lesson iy. — In ile, ine, and ism. 



R^p tib bap ilsm 
hSs tile ji ve nile 



pu e rile 
viil a tile 
mar i time 
her o ine 
pris tine al ka line 
ah ism pal a tine 



rap me 
mir line 
jas mine 
d»iS tine 



val en tine 
lib er tine 
j^ da i^m 
ul tra i;?ra 
her o ism 



diS po tii'm 
pre d^s tine 
in tes tine^ 
lib er tin ism 
i d^ al ism* 
van dal ism sora nim bu lisr 
as te rism ad a man tine 
bir ba rism ma tA ri al ism 






01 ive 
pSn sivc 
da tlvc 
na tive 
mo tive 
sportive 
im a tive 
sed a tive 
rel a tive 



Lesson v. — In ive. 
ab la tive e vk sive 
sub Stan tive in va sive 



len i^ive 
prim i tive 
m6n i tive 
pes 1 tive 
pi ni tive 
tran si tive 
sen si live 
e ri sive 



Pen e tra tive 
pre par a tive 
im per a tive 
de riv 9 tive 
di min u tive 



ad he sive 
de ri sive 
a bu sive 
a mu sive 
re pul sive 
im pul sive 
re sp8n sive 
pro mi tive 

Lesson vi. — In ive. 
re trib u tive 
re stA ra tive 
de m^n stra tive 
in ti i tive 
in tran si tive 



a b'r tive 
re t^n tive 
in ten tive 
pre ven tive 
in ven tive 
6p er a tiv6 
^n i ma tive 
nSm i na tivej 
im i ta tive 
med i ta tive 



rep re bin sive 
in ad hh sive 
yi tu per a tive* 
de lib er a tive 
rep re s^n ta tive 



H5r rid 
tor rid 
bob bin 
tra lis 
wind mill 
ill will 
a miss 
re miss 



* «, first syllable, long. 

SECTION II.— Consonants Double. 
Lesson i. 
j^s sa mine nar ra tive 
win ter kill ban dit ti 
p4 per mill pos ses sive 
wi ter mill per mis sive 
bdt ter milk sub mis sive 

bill le tin frnne mlc civ/} of i-rlU „ *:.,« 

ap po site im pres sive ap pre h^n sivi 
^P po *ite op pres sivc in at ten tive 



at t3n tive 
pal li a tive 
ir r^ a tive 
ap pel la tive 
il lus tra tive 



~4 8 10 rr~~ 

pin, stir, shire, firm- 

ngle Vowels, 
sm. 

djS po i'lsm 
pre d^s tine 
in tes tines 
lib er tin ism 
i d^ al i*m* 
som nkm bu lisr 
ad a man tine 
noia tk ri al i^m 

a b'r tive 
re t^n tive 

• 

in ten tive 
pre ven tive 
in ven tive 
Sp er a tiv6 
in i ma tive 
n^m i na tive 
im i ta tive 
med i ta tive 

* 

► re hin sive 
ad hh sive 

tu per a tive* 
lib er a tive 

> re s^n ta tive 

uble. 

at tSn tive 
pal li a tive 
ir r41 a tive 
ap pel la tive 
il lus tra tive 

V at. LI ILT u live 

ap pre h^n siv^ 
in at ten tive i 





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3 6 6 


4 « •» 


' " 1 i 1 


llUl, IlUl, lu, 


gooQ, Qove — luoe. 


tuD, rule, bull— dew, crew— fly, system || 


Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Sins 


fie Vowels. 




CHAPTER V. 


- 


Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Vowels, contained in words | 


ving a various and difierent number of syllables, and ending | 


0, oU on, 


Id, one, or, ort. 


olve, dfc. 






SECTION L- 


-Consonants Single, \ 




Lesson I.- 


— ^Ending in o. 




VJo 


zl ro 


und& 


ro tin do 


)u bo 


HI so 


here to 


al hi no 


)ilbo 


v4 to 


6 1io 


pro vi so 


im bo 


prSs to 
jun to 


d6m i no 


to ma to 


dm bo 


pa na«do 


me mSn to 


im bo 


bri vo 


tor na do 


ver d5 


lAdo 


41 vo 


bra va do 


here un to 


>o lo 


ad5 


tor pe do 


des pe r^ do 


le ro 


mis do 


tes tu do 


or a ti ri 


Lesson ii. — In one 


, old, ort ost, olve, &c. | 


Mile stone 


hind most 


un bAlt 


re sblve 


lime stone 


in most 


de port 


ab solve 


»nd stone 


ut most 


re port 


e volve 


brim stone 


bed post 


un shSd 


re volve 


lap stone 


im post 


here on 


in volve , 


jtep stone 


)ost pine 


up on 


re mSve 


pist note 


)e hold 


a non 


im prove 


War worn 


in hold 


de spond 


a bove 


work shop 


up hold 


re spond 


un done 


d^s pot 


un sold 


be yond 


^p i sode 


pur port 


un told 


un stop 


hin der most 


al most 


pa trol 


a dopt 


An der most 


Lesson hi. — o, before r, like broad 


a long. 


3 


horn 


in born 


sub 6rn 


Orb 


morn 


hilts horn 


un born ^ 


or 


sort 


tri or 


a dorn 


nor 


tort 


do nor 


ab hor 


Lord 


short 


te por 


de hort 


stork 


snort 


stu por 


re 5ort 


storm 


land lord 


tor por 


de tort 


born 


base borr 


ab s3rd 


re tort 



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„* 2 3 4 6 1 4 8 9 1 4 g 16 TT 

JTate, far, fall, fat, what-me, met, her, they-pine, pin, stir, shire, firn 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
SECTION 11.— Consonants Double, 



Dtt to 

mSt to 
(III ti lo 

Mill stone 
mill pond 
still born 



Lesson i. — i^namg in o. 
pru n^l lot sti IH to 
mu lat to pal met to 
du et to ri d8t to 

With various terminations, 
r^nt roll as sSrt 

al 16t ap pr&ve 

sup p5rt hel le bore 

t u like 00. 



in nu In do 

ar ma dil lof^l lun 

laz a ret to 

in ner most 
ut ter most 
ap pel l^r 



CHAPTER VI. 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Vowels, contained in wori 
having a various and different number of syllables, and endir 
m u, udCf ume, urn, us, ute, Sfc. 

SECTION l.—Consonants Single. 
Lesson i — Ending in u, ude, ume, &c. 



Z4bu 
e rau 
v61 ume 
trib una 
trib ute 
hub bub 
sub urb 
tal mud 
am bush 
bul rush 
home spun 
mur mur 
lark spur 
r^ bus 



4 

Al um 
al bum 
Warn pum 
str4 turn 



bi lus 
bo nus 
vi rus 
u rus 
wU rus 
nSn plus 
wal nut 
si\n burnt 
in jure 
de nide 
ab sume 
re 5ume 
pre 5ume 
in ure 



di lite 
vo lute 
per mute 
trans mute 
u 5ilrp 
re suh 
un hurt 
in ter lude 
s61 i tude 
v^s ti bule 
tab la ture 
re5 o lute 
pr6s ti tute 
rk di us 

Ti, long. 

Lesson li — In um. 



fim ni bus 
stim iji lus 
A ver plus 
h^l i b«t 
man d4 mus 
ma ra* mus 
hi d tus* 
im por tine 
lit er a ture 
tem per a tur 
be at i tude 
si mil i tude 
en tab la ture 
an te pe ndltl 



n6s trum 
ros trum 
m^ di um 
o di um 
pre mi um 



«i pi um mo m^n tum 

m^n stru um enn pA ri um 

mill i mnm rip Hr I ii»v. 

- ' — ^ * • ^ ' U til 

mu sh um mem o ran dun 

po ma tum ul ti msl tum 



4 8 10 11 
, pin, 8tir, shire, firn 



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4r- 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
SECTION II — Consonants Double. 
Lesson i.— Ending in urn. 
o p6s sum' al lA di um mil ]^n ni iim 
pal Id di um al lu vi uiii op pri bri um 

With various terminatiorife. 
mtt ti mus op' p6r tine in ter rdpt 
blun der buss im ma tur'e ap pa ra tus 



U\ lum 
rd turn 

U t&ne 
mure 



contained in wori 
llables, and endir 



situde reassime o ver rdn hippopotamus; 

CHAPTER VII. 

rarious and Peculiar Sounds of the Vowels, contained in 
rds having a various and different number of svlIaWes n 
|ich the Long and Short Sounds of the Vowel y are given 

SECTION I — Consonants Single. 
Lesson i. — y long. 



\v 

y 



fryl 

pan 
ll van 



\j ness 

ness 

^ ness 



t^pe 
pyre 
hy dra 
tyro 
dry shod 
^y men 
^y rant 
by drant 

Lesson h 



re ]j 
Ju ly 
de my 
de ny 
re ply 
im ply 
mul ti ply 
an dyne 
— y short 



pr8s e lyte 
an ti type 
prA to type 
by ^ na 
a sy lum 
py r6m e ter 
by drom e ter 
by me nh al 



si^n od* is^n o dal 

sys tem pyr a mid 

myriad empyreal 

SECTION ll.— Consonants Double. 
Lesson r. 
spr^ness aMf"^ ^n a bf««? 
h#p pisb ap ply s|l la bus 

by* .vop* sup ply mjs ap pl^ 

* « like short ♦/. 



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1 3 S 4 6 i 4 8 9 1 4 8 10 11 

Tate, far, fall, fat, what— me, met, her, they— pine, pin, stir, shire, firm- 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single "Vowels. 

CHAPTER VIII. 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Vowels, contained 
words ending in y, unaccented, sounded like long e. 

SECTION I. — Consonants Single. 

Ending in y, dy, ky ly, my ny, py ry, and ty. 
Lesson i. 



B5dy 
hit dy 
tar dy 
han dy 
san dy 
wor dy 
m»l ky 
sil ky 

LAsty 
mus ty 
rus ty 
trus ty 
dbly 
pM try 
ni bod y 
ra6n o dy 



bdlky 
dus ky 
bus ky 
mus ky 
wMe ly 
vile ly 
home ly 
wise ly 



prfis o dy 
his ti ly 
ir dent ly 
pr^s ent ly 
hSm i ly 
mod est ly 
rap id ly 
prSb a bly 



An ly 
world ly 
bird ly 
harsh ly 
pArt ly 

{Art ly 
ovc ly 

ir my 
Lesson ii. 

b&t a ny 

nov el ty 

pov er ty 

prop er ty 

pi ber ty 

m&d es ty 

mSj es ty 

trav es ty 



V\ o lent ly 
^m i nent ly 
6b sti nate ly 
r^s o lute ly 
prSv i dent ly 
pd5 i tive ly 
ad mi ral ty 
t61 er a bly 
mi5 er a bly 
ad mi ra bly 
a n6m a ly 
mo nop ly 



Lesson hi. 
in hi man ly 
a bun dant ly 
as tr^n my 
a nat o my 
zo 6t o my 
mo not o ny 
re ralr ka bly 
in dSl i bly 
in vi* i bly 
in sen si bly 
OS ten si bly 
i d61 a try* 

♦ I, long 



w8r my 
ni'ne ty 
has ty 
plr ty 
d'rty 
tisty 
mis ty 
dus ty 

hSr al dry 
tap es try 
hu mine ly 
se dale ly 
su preme ly| 
un han dy 
un man ly 
un trus ty 



pla nim e try 
de lib er ate ly 
in tem per ate Ij 
e lab o rate ly 
un al ter a bly 
in t81 er a bly 
in vi ri a bly 
in vi o la bly 
in 4v i ta bly 
in im i ta bly 
in de pen diint ij 
ster e 6m e try 



[IT II. 



4 8 10 11 
)in, stir, shire, firm- 



gle Vowels. 

vels, contained 
long e. 

igle, 
r, and ty. 

w8r my 
nine ty 
has ty 
pir ty 
d'rty 
tSs ty 
mis ty 
dus ty 

hSr al dry 
tap es try 
hu mine ly 
se dale ly 
su preme ly| 
un han dy 
un man ly 
un trus ty 

a nim e try 
; lib er ate ly 
torn per ate Ij 
lab o rate ly 
1 al ter a bly 
t81 er a bly 
yk ri a bly 
vi o la bly 
4v i ta bl 



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3, nqr, not, to, good, doTO— tube, tub, mle, bull — dew, c rew, fly, lystem, 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
SECTION IL— Consonants Double. 



Ifibby 
lob by 
jod dy 

m ly 

lol ly 
)511y 
[>3n ny 
Up py 

^8ppy 
loppy 



)se roa ry 
|»o ra ry 
jo 5a ry 

pi a ry 

vl a ry 
hu mer a ry 
Iroin e da ry 
kreb en da ry 

im is sa ry 



m mk al ly 



un hap pi ly 
at ten tiv« ly 
im m6d es ty 
op por tine ly 
in ter mar rv 
ma ih ri al K 



I 



US er y 
fm er y 
iv er y 
|iv er y 
)ri ber y 
)in der y 

t)b ber y 
Mb ber y 



spir ry hSr ri bly 

star ry pos si bly 

sir ry re m4r ry 

wor ry &n nu al ly 

drSs sy lib er al ly 

rh al ly sev er al ly 

mSr al ly n6m i nal }y 

spf ral ly sAm ma ri ly il lib er al ly 

to tal ly ap po ^it*" ly im m4 di ate ly 

mSr tal ly bp po site ly hor i z&n tal ly 

SECTION III.— Consonant* Single. 
Ending in ary 
Sub lu na ry 
li mi na ry 
pl4n e ta ry 
mA men ta ry 
v61 un ta ry 
sol i ta ry 
Un i za ry 
ar bi tra ry 

* I, first syllable, long. 
Consonants Double. 

m^d ul la ry sup pie men ta ry 

SECTION lY.— Consonants Single. 
Ending in ery.— e like short u. 



sub sid i a ry 
sti pen di a ry* 
e pis to la ry 
pre lim i na ry 
he red i ta ry 
in vM un ta ry 
tes ta mSn ta ry 
su per nu mer a ry 



, im I ta bly 

I ae pen anni i^iroi ler 

er e 6m e try 



urn mer 
Ian ner v 



hik ker y 
dra per y 
po per y 
nur ser y 
ir ter y 
wH ter y 

Consonants Double. 
nun ner y 
map per y 
slip per y 
6r ler y 
bat ter y 



sU ver y 
bra ver v 
sil ver y 
mSn as ter y 
de liv er y 
a dul ter "y 

hat ter y 
16t ter y 
pot ter y 
mi ter y 
ar til ler y 



rA 




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1 3S4 ft 1480 148 10 11 

jftte, far, fall, fat, w h at— me, met, her, they— pinp, pin, s tir, shire, flrm- 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 
SECTION Y.— Consonants Single. 



VI on y 
eb on y 
hir mon y 

Pr^ or y 
mSm or y 
iir rnor y 
his tor y 
s4 vor y 
i vor y 
\l bra tor y 
im a tor y 
pred a tor y 
(lil a tor y 
min a tor y 



Lesson i. — In ony, o Uke short u. 

41 i raon y pir si mon y 

mat ri mon y in ti raon y 

pat ri mon y tes ti mon y 

Lesson ii. — In ory, o like short u. 



6r a tor y 
man da tor y 
ri ta tor y 
hor ta tor v 
dor mi tor y 
tr4n si tor y 
in ven tor y 
des ul tor y 
rep er tor y 
prOm on tor y 
pro VI SOT y 



de \\x sor y 
un sa vor y 
lab o ra tor y 
de pil a tor y 
pre par a tor y 
sa Ii ta tor y 
pro hib i tor y 
pre m&n i tor y 
ad mon i tor y 
re po5 i tor y 
re tal i a tor y 



Pn lor y 
dim is sor y 



RAsy 

p^l sy 
tan sy 



•Consonants Single. 



hSr € sy 
lep ro sy 
ep i lep sy 



-Consonants Single. 



1 

Consonants Double. 
pr6m is sor y ap pSI la tor y 

t4r ri tor y sup p^5 i tor y 

SECTION VI.- 

In sy. 
tip sy 
drSp sy 
pur sy 

SECTION VIL- 

In ety. 

Pf e ty sa ti e ty pro pri e ly 

im pi e ty e bri e ty no to ri e ty 

va ri e ty so bri e ty im pro pri e ty 

SECTION VIII Consonants Single. 

Lesson i. — In ity. 

Di i ty re al i ty bru tal i tyf 

prSb i ty ve nal i ty mor tal i ty 

pol i ty mo ral i ty ur ban i tv 

den si ty plu ral i ty hu man i ty 

te ni i ty vi tal i ty* in san i ty 



■"*»(5i^; 



^mf^M-,iL^^^\^> ^ 



i, first syllable, long. 



t u like 00. 



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49 



4 8 10 n 

)in, stir, «hire, flrm. 



s_ngTWiot, to, good, dove-tJ» ,e. tub, tile, bJu-dew, c^-fly. , trtem 

Various ind i'eculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 

XiE^SON II. 



Jar bAr i ty 
30 Jar i ty 

li lar i ty 
le prav i ty 

men i ty 
|e ren i ty 
|e mer i ty 
\s per i ty 
)ros per i ty 
bos ter i ty 
le ver i ty 
|a lid i iy 

Ta j6r i ty 

li nor i ty 

|er bos i'ty 

lom pos i ty 

[o ros i ly 

tan d\ ty 
|b sur di ty 
nor mi ty 
pi ni ty 
dim ni ty 
Jem ni ty 
pi ri ty 



f I inid i ty 
hu m\<{ i ty 
ra pid i ty 
sa pid i ty 
te pid i ty 
stu pid i ty 
a rid i ty 
a vid i ty 
ability 
S^ta bil i ty 
de bil i ty 

Lesson hi. 
ma tJi ri ty 
pro p5n si ty 
in ten si ty 
i den ti ty* 
sa li bri ty X. «^ jj ^ \^(\ j ^'V 

spontaneity ' plii1)ility* 



mo\ll\:iiy _ 
no bil i iy'' ''^ 
hu mil i ty 
st'ferility 
vi Til i ty* 
u til i ty 
hos til i ty ' 
ser vil i ty 
sub lim i ty 
di vin i ty 
na tiy i ty 

p6p uiirl^y" ' 
insvpid I ty, , 
in tre pid;i ty 
in a bil i ity 



prob a bil i ty 
du ra bil i ty 
mu ta bil i ty 
in sta bil i ty 
vi* i bil i ty 
sen si bil i ty 



\ u bil i ty 
I u bil i ty 
u til i ty 
r sa til i ty 
na nira i ty 
ni 6r i ty 
1 i mosT i ty 

1 nor ti'i ni fv 
a tfc ri al i ty 
ni ver sal i ty 



per pe tu i ty 
lib er al i ty 
,per so nal i ty 
hos pi tal i ty 
in hu man i ty 
siria i hr i ty 

m Itf {f* «, first syllaWe, lori^. 

Lesson iv. 

in ^tru rten tAl i ty 
in hos pi tal 1 ty ^ 
iih pop u lar i ty 
a mi a bil ity 
improbability 
pen e tra bil i ty 
di vi* i bil i ty < 

;_ _-•_ ? i_ •! • . 
i" vio i Oil 1 ty 

in sen si bil i ty 

respon si bil i ty 




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F,.tP. (»r, fall, fat, whit-me, mtt. hlr, they-p{ne. utn. .?ir. .hL, firm- 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 

Lesson v. 

in Sep a ra btl i ty 
in im i ta bil i ty 
in di VIS i bil i ty 
im pen e tra bil i ty 

SECTION IX.—ponsonants Double. 
Lesson i. 
per In ni ty 
as si d& i ty 
im mo rk\ i ty 
im mor tal i ty 
Lesson ii. 

im pos si bil i ty 
pu *iMa nim i ty 



Re 5is ti Wl i ty 
su pe ri fir i ty 
an te ri or i ty 
in vi o la bil i ty 



Jollity 
ocl di ty 
an ni i ty 
im mu ni ty 



op por tu ni ty 
im ma tu ri ty 
im mo bil i ty 
pos si bil i ty 



t f.n 



im 



ma te i i al i tv 



II lib er i] ity 

raal le a bil i ty 

im rau ta bil i ty 

irritability im mal le a bil ity' ' 

im mo va bil i tyt ir re spon si bil i ty 

ad mis SI bil i ty ir re ."fis ti bil i ty 

SECTION X — Consonants Si?igle. , 

Words of various terminations, containing y, dlHerently pronoanc 



.-/■>*; 



Sh^y 

slyly 
dry ly 
mir tyr.V 
Im bry o 



mys ter y 
my o py 
dy nas ty 
sy n6p sis 
dj^s en ter y 



pre* by ter y 
a nal y sis 
pa ral y sis 
pres by t^ ri an 
er y sip e Jas 



Consonants Voui^e, 
t^r an ny lm bas sy s^m me try 

.. CHAPTER IX. 

Varioas aftd Pecaliar Sounds of the Vowel«, contained in wo] 
havm? a various and different number of syJJables, and Jenero 
ending in ae. 

SECTION I.— Consonants Single. 
Lesson i — s, in se, sharp and hissing, 
else tinse p^Vse pdr pose§ 

pulse rinse w5rs<? im pulse 

manse lapse in he n6n sense 

aense nurse mOr tise lid verse 

1L_ * •' ^^^' t e, second syllable short. 



Pirse 

sparse 

horse 

luorse 



ART II. 

4 1 iiT 1) 

N pin, stir, ^hiip, flrm - 
>ingle Vowels. 

I bil i ty 
bil i ty 
bility 
ra bil i ty 

Double, 

•p por tu ni ty 
tn ma tu ri ty 
na mo bil i ty 
OS si bil i ty 

i\ i ty 

m i ty 

i al i ty 

I bil i ty 

1 bil 1 ty ^. ., . 

3il 1 ty 

higle. 

Herenlly pronounc^ 
'e5 by ter y 
nal V SIS 
fi ral y sis 
res by ih ri an 
• y sip e las 



-^^"^"I^^^S^"'-^^"^ 



m 



me try 



I, contained in woi| 
ables, and genero 

ngle. 
Issing-. 

pdr pose§ 

im pulse 

n^n sense 

M verse 

f5 short. 



I I «^"r-6— 7 « -^-:- --««.— PART 11. .,, 

Inr^^U^noM^good, dov«v-tube tub r,". X. ^~~~^ l~A 

I '^»e^ub, rule, LuU—dew vt^ m 



A bAse 
(le base 
ern base 
e rase 
ver bose 
I mo rose 
ob tuse 

WiVe 
Jpo^e 
Mn ri^e 
Ini wise 
[side wi,?e 
jlike wise 
Nnd wise 



ab strise 
re pdlse 
pre pense 
sus pense 
re spSnse 
re lapse 
pro lapse 



un h(Jrsc de bdse ment 

re morse im bdrse ment 

imbdrse in ter Upse 

va W re im burse 

paradise im p4r a dise 

ft ni verse hy p6t 



prolapse « u '^''' *^y P^t e nuse* 

SE^CTlXn e ^^^'"^"^ ^« indorsement; 



de m/se 
pre mise 
sur mise 
a rise 
re vise 
un wise 
de spise 



sur prise 
de pose 
re posfe 
im pose 
trans pose 
a rose 



lop pAse 



pe rise 
ad Vise men! 
a muse meni 
ad ver tise 
su per rise 
o ver wise 
in ter pose 



a muse 
Consonants Double. 
^B^pise presuppi,e 



[Aze 
)Iaze 
maze 
>ap tize 
la J?ze 

da ize 
[e al ize 
i^r al ize 
li man ize 
>o lar ize 
iul ver ize 
M ern ize 

' size 



ii.t Tjft 



^ dol izef 

s4b si dize 

al ka lize 

tan ta lize ""- 

b8t anize- ''^'''^ 

d^t o nize 
hir mo nize 
s61 em nize 
bir ba rize 
tim po rize 
dram a tize 
o ver prize 

Consonants Double 

.S4. _ I 1 • 



i»b,er al ize 
min er al ize 
P^p u lar ize 
>ol a til ii6 * ' 
^r o ma tize 
mo nfip o lize 
C pis to lize 
a nat o mi^e 
a p^s ta tize 
i dol a trizej 
ma U ri a I ize 
me mo ri al ize 



'f'*".W 



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Hi 



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1 9 8 4 6 14 8 9 1 4 8 10 11 i 

fate^ far, fall, fatt what— me, met, her, they — pine, pin, stir, 8hire» finn— | 

Various and Peculiar Sotmds of the Single Vowels. 






CH:A!PTER XtI 



Q 



,;(. 



Ti 



Various ao^ Pj^uliar Spwds of tlte Vowels, contained .. 
words having a various afid different p^mher of sylls^bles, ii 
which eMetf, c/, en, and et, unaccented, sounds like shout »'. 

Consonants jingle. ., 
lin en 



w3r sted 
bush el 

biy el 
hS^el ' 

Pom mel 
kin nel 
tunnel 
bar rei 
bur rel 
s6r rel 
v4s sel 
suid d^n 



sECTioist i; 

tinsel 
morsels, 
tor sej .' „ 
tim brel 
min stpel 

SECTION JL 

sdl len 

w4r ren 

mit ten 

mal let 
, wallet 

)gl let 



^ et 
, pUn et , 
riv et 
mir ket 

'Consonants Double, 



bris k«t 
13QUS ket 
hel m^t 
trum pet 
vei vet i n 



)i;u; 






rll let 
mul let 
bai let 
pul let 
Im met 
plum met 
lin net 
b6n net 



rdn net 
lap pet 
tip pet 
pup pet 
bas set 
rus set 
sud ujn neS8 
8ul kn no88 



: ill../ 31:^ 



Variovf a^d Peculiar Sounds of thii Vowels, contaroed? 
words having^ a Vjafjjous and diffBr^fkt i^nnber of sylif^es, 
which a, e, and o, unaccented, fQil^a li!^e-«hort u. 



R^b aid 
\l and 
h^s band 
haz ard 
liz ard 
viz ard 

Pll lar . 



§JE;CTJ0N 1.— Consonants. jingle. 
fit unaccentedt like fhort u. 






wiz ard 
bus tard 
in ward 
6n ward 
lip ward 



wlst-ward 
in ward* 
bfil wark 
(Hm a$k' 
wad a«n 



wind ward., bed lam 
Consonants Doubl^i' 



m lar 



ddl lard 



bll sam 
w5m an 
tdr ban 
jala^ 
bur sar 
m5r tar 



zard 



BSS 



^o. nor, not.,to, good, doye-ti ^tub, rula, 5^.__g; ^-^ 

V^iwsand PecuUw SoiHi4s of thie Sin^e VoweJ«. 
SECTION IL-^Con^onants Single. 
! j '%"|'.ir» unaccented, like short t», 
' ' Lesson i. 



4 
Bystem 



iPrftp er 
Ihov er 
jlov er 
Iplov er 
Ibir ber 
jal der 
|h61 der 
)in der 
ll^n der 
Imen der 
Iven der 
IwHn der 
jpon der 
►on der 



lA 



wfinder 
llr der 
*r der 
bor der 
tner 
snir ler 
ti ner 
^ iim ner^<^ 
'^ "^tur ner 
Vint ner 
pilrt ner 
tA per 
h^l per 
' A&m per 



v&m per 
Mr per 
shar per 
prfe per 
mt ser 
1& *er 
pur ser 
sli ter 
wi ter 
bal ter 
bAlter 
pl4n ter^ 
prin ter 



Ud ern 
Hv ern 
Jan tern 

ires tern 
'/an der er 
3Mn der er 
)lun der er 
H pi er 
Pav en der 
)r6v en der 
U a per 
Ju ni per 
Ul us ter 



Mb ber 
rob ber 



hun ter 
Lesson ii. 
ir bi ter 
im pr&p er 
be hil der 
pre t^n 3er 
par t4 ker 
re vi ler 
mis no mer 
re vi 5er 
pi 14s ter 
re pAr ter 
im por ter 
di vi der^ 
sus pSn der« 

SECTION llL-^Consonanii Double. 
Lesson i. 
rW ler sip per 

trtta mer traij ner 



bir ter 
pAr ter 
tester 
atl ver 
stri ver 
m8 ver 
d yer 
J dlei* 
bol ster 
hoi ster 
spin ster 
m6nster 
tH er^ 
im ber5 



de liv er er 
a dul ter er 
up h31 ster er 
as tr6n o mer 
i dol a ter* 
di 4m e ter* 
al Iim e ter 
ba r6m e ter 
ad min is ter 
ito der t4 ker 
in ter lo pert 
ad ver ti *erf 
in ter po jerf 



stftp per 



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B18t ter 
trot ter 
nip pew 



Ven om 
at om 
pipe doin 
seldom 
ran doiii 
wi* dom 
b^ 5ora 
b5 som 
ran som 
If on 
4b on 

Silk worm 
ti're some 
dole some 
lone some 
bar on et 
p^ ri od 
VI t ri oJ 
id i om 
m%r tyr dom* 
mdsk mel on 



Variousan&iPectiiisir Sonnds of the iSingle Vow-els. 

> V;j,sv f la ?..u< ix^EssoN II. ■•'.:'"' 

wJne bibber - bli' ris ter 
midsummer de mdr rer 

kidnapper sup pAr ter 

SECTION ly. -^Consonants Single. 
0, unaccented, like short u. 
Lesson i. 



Lem on 4de 
^p er a tor 
ni mer a tor 
vi o la tor 
Ven ti la tor 



t4l on tAbor 

mel on .. ir bor 

Jem on harbor 

ten on 5 dor 

ber on ^r dor 

tendon splendor 

w^n ton m4 jor 

pis ton do lor 

bish op pir lor 

val or tri mor 

U bor tumor 

Lesson ii. 
fir i 5on 
u ni son 
me te or 
Im per or 
sen a toi- 
fir a tor 
4d i tor 
jan i tor 
m^n 1 tor 
Idiot 

Lesson hi. 
in sti tu tor 
Sr bi tra tor 
su p^ ri or 
an te ri or 
in te ri or 



ir mor 
v4 por 
ju ror 
sp6n sor 
ti tor 
ri ot 
piv ot 
taibot 
tdr bot 
hir lot 
mar mot 



en v^n om 
in b6 som 
a b4n don 
en yi ron 
en am or 
be 14 bor 
di la tor 
trans la tor 
tes ta tor 
tor m^n tor 



pro pr/ e tor 
su per v/ 5or 
me di a tor 
mod er a tor 



U"i 1 iia toi 




^■■ii iW il 



■-^Mttpttitm jy^^JL-j-^-o 



ART ir. 



4 8 10 11 
pin, stir, shire, flim - 

inglfr Vowels. 



ii* ris ter 
B mdr rer 
ip pAr ter 

ingle. 

ir mor 
v4 por 
ju ror 
sp6n sor 
j ti tor 
ri ot 
piv ot 
m bot 
tAr bot 
hir lot 
mar mot 

rin om 
•8 50m 
m don 
^t ron 
m or 
i bor 
I tor 
s la tor 
a tor 
Q^n tor 

nrl e tor 
er v/ 5or 
i a tor 
er a tor 
^i" i na to» 
in is trd to. 




55 



ino, nor, not, to, ^pod, J^rj^LeJubJui^^ ^rV flV. .^^ 



I Mam moh 
[sum mbn 

bids som 
hbot torn 
[stub born 

trol lop 



Various and Peculiar Souiids of tiie Sioirle Vowels 
SECTION Y.^Consonants DoL 



Ir rbr 
ter ror 
mir ror 
hSr i^or 
Sum mons 
ab bot 



pir rot 
bar ra tor 
li on ess 
tu tor ess 
b8t torn Jess 
stub born liess 

CHAPTER XIII. 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Voweli, rnn»«J— ^ • ^ 
laving a various and different ni,mK« ;J^«f» contained in words 
r, the € being silenT ""'"*'*' "^ syllables, and ending in 

SECTION L^Consonants Single, 
Lesson i. 



as sis sor 
po5;jressbr 
op pres sor 
nar r4 tor 
attlstor 
in no ya tor 






sable 
table 
sta ble 
bi ble 
no bic 
ladle 
si die 
ma pie 
sta pie 
ti tie 
mIr ble 
spar kle 

Ten a ble 
ar a ble 
par a ble 
si la ble 
ta ma ble 
bla ma ble 
tu na ble 
p^l pa ble 
di ra ble 
ra td hie 
mu ta ble 
por ta ble 



wir ble 
trible 
am ble 
ram ble 
bram ble 
sem ble 
trem ble 
nim ble 
wlm ble 
mum ble 
rum ble 
stum ble 



m8 va ble 
pro va ble 
s6l va ble 
SI* za ble 
sil u ble 
vol u ble 
T*s i ble 
vi* i ble 
ven di ble 
sen si ble 
pr4 am ble 
mul ti pie 



d4n die 

ban die 

kin die 

spin die 

brin die 

bun die 

run die 

trun die 

trip le 

am pl« 

sam pie 

tram pie 
Lesson ii. 



tim pie 
dim pie 
pim pie 
rim pie 
sim pie 
rumple 
pur pie 
tur tie 
sham bles 
1/ a ble 
pli a ble 
prAb a ble 



en i ble 
un a ble 
un sta ble 
re s^m ble 
en kin die 
en sam pie 
v4l u a ble 




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Di ti a h]e 
tfil er a ble 
v^n er a ble 
mi* er a ble 

pSn d;^i- sC iM 

nh mer a ble'^ 
vdl ner a bl« 
sii per a ble 
l^l^t^r able 
p4r isb a ble 
pun ish a ble 
mkket a ble' 



Am^q dable 
re mk ka blf 

I un sA l^;bj^ 
un ta m^ bk 
unblamaibJe 

[l sub ]i wsL ble 
re 5u ma ble 
pre^iim,bi^ 
a me iia, ble 
re tdr,n^ bi^, 
ImpaJ la bki 
de 51 ra ble 



De mSn stra ble 
ind^libk 

i di vis i bl,^ 
in vi* i hU 

! elidible 
in s^n si bje 
OS ten si ble 
re sp6n si bFe 

re^tstible 



r-^iOi 




Peculiar Sounds of the 

i 

Lesson iii. 

v^ o la ble 

Is ti ma, ble 

rep a ra ble 

Sep a ra ble 

inem o ra ble 
, yap 6 ra ble 

ad mi ra ble 

pal a ta ble 

rep u ta ble 

bab i ta ble 
^im i ta ble, 

her i ta ble 

"' •' -^ " " , .< 

IiEISSON IV. 

re spi ra ble 

in spi ra ble 

per spi ra ble 

a do ra ble 

de plo ra ble 

re sto ra ble 
en du ra ble 
e ra sa ble 
ad vi ^a ble 
de spi 5a ble 
de po 5a ble 
im po 5a ble 

Lessojj v. 
in vAl u a ble 
re plev i able 
re mh di a ble 
in va ri a ble 
in t6l er a ble 
im pon der a ble 
re mi ner a ble 
in vdl ner a ble 
in si\ ])er a hie 
un al ter a ble 



Single Vowels. 

Iv i ta ble 
h6s pi ta ble 
tli^ an ta ble 
lam en ta tile 
pat en ta ble; 
pen e tra bje, 
r<B5o luble 
re 1/ a ble 
de ni a ble 
un pli a ble 
im pr6b a ble 
uii tin a ble 



a bi ta ble 
de ba ta ble 
im pu ta ble 
im por ta ble 
d«: tis ta ble 
in tes ta ble 
de rl va ble 
de pri va ble: 
re mS va ble 
re pro va ble 
im pro va ble 
re 56I va ble 



a b61 ish a ble 
im pSr ish a ble 
un m^r ket a ble 
in vi' la ble 
in Is ti ma ble 
a b8m i na ble 
in sip a ra ble 
e vap ra ble 
un pal a ta ble 
in hab i ta ble 



^- Mjji uii Wrfii«dl*Mi.W3Spr' 



■i^t'^mr^ »t«i**-- 



4 a 10 n 
in? gtir, Bliire, fiim— 



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|no. nor, not, to, g ood, dove-tub^; tub, mle, bill 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the 

Lesson vi. 
un pat en ta ble 
iitt pen e tra ble 
un de ni' a ble 
-^ un.ad vi 5a ble 
un Un an ta.ble un de po *a ble 

SECTION II. -Con^onan/, 
Lesson i. 



1 6 I "5 

—dew, crew— fly, system 

Single Vowels. 



In ira i ta bk 
in dSm i ta ble; 
in h^r i t^ ble, 
in hos pi ta ble 



B4b ble 
rab ble 
dab ble 
drab ble 
peb ble 
dib ble 
nib ble 
drib ble 
bub ble 
stub ble 
h6b ble 
4d die 
pad die 
rad die 

Tfllable 
I er ra ble 
, ter ri ble 
hSr ri ble 
pos si ble 
en nA ble 
I as siin ble 
un sad die 
I un rid die 
em bat tie 
reset tie 
j un set tie 
jem b5t tie 
I em b^z zle 



sikldle 
stad die 
strad die 
will die 
ped die 
red die 
mid die 
pid die 
rid die 
hud die 
mud die 
pud die 
nSd die 
ip pie 



dap pie 
nip pie 
rip pie 
tip pie 
sup pie 
h6p pie 
top pie 
stop pie 
hk tie 
rat tie 
tat tie 
prat tie 
wit tie 
kettle 
Lesson ii. 

un mdz zle 

mil le a. ble 

ut ter a ble 

ir ri ta ble 

wii- ran ta ble 

^p pe ti ble 

in Ir ra ble 

sup pA sa. ble 

im mu ta ble 

sup por ta ble 
ira m& va ble 

nrv T>t«/> ■•T*^ 'Ul >» 

re pris si ble 
ira pros si ble 



un im prfi va ble 
un de ni4n stra, ble 
in di VI* i ble 
rep re hen si ble 
un in, bab i ta ble 

nettle 
set tie 
lit tie 
tit tie 
spit tif 
brit tie 
shut tie 
b6t tie 
pot tie 
diz zle 
driz zle 
muz zle 
nuz zle 
puz zle 



ad mis si ble 
re mis si ble 
im p6s si ble 
in ter mid die 
il llv i a ble 
un mal le a ble 
in nh. mer a ble 
un 4t ter a ble 
ap prA pri a ble 
an ni hi la ble. 
ir rip a ra bl« 
im inera o ra ble 
at trib u ta ble 
un wir ran ta hh 




it-l " I 



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Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Single Vowels. 

Lesson III. 
11 I^ra i ta hie 

tr re* o lu ble ^ 

in sup pAr ta ble 
ir re m5 va blc 
ir re pro va ble 
ap pre heri si blc 
ir re sp6n si ble 
ir re pr^s si ble 

Lesson iv. 
Ending in ment and ess, with e, in /c. silent. 

lit tie ness 4 mi a ble ness 

brit tie ness 

bat tie ment 

set tie ment 

di ra blc ness 

mS va ble ness 

SECTION m. 
Words which end in el, e being silent, 
riv el dr?v el shov el 

sniv el shriv el hi zel 

CHAPTER XIV 



A ble ness 
sta ble ness 
no ble ness 
ntm ble ness 
^ die ness 



Sh^k el 
rav el 



in sup pr^s si ble 
in ad mis si ble 
if re mis si ble 
in trans mis si blc 
ir re sis ti blc 
ir re plev i a ble 
ir re d^ di a ble 
ir rep re yn si ble 



va ri a ble ness 
id mi ra ble ness 
hab i ta ble ne^s 
a di ra blc ness 
em bez zlc ment 



Various nnd Peculiar Sounds of the Vowels, contained in words 
navm? a various and difFereni number of syllables, and ending ii 
«» and on, e and o being silent. 

SECTION L— Consonants Single. 
Lesson i. — ^Ending in en. 



Rj5 en 

sev en 
driv en 
6v en 
doz en 
U den 
wi den 
hir den 
war den 
t4k 



sM ken 
li ken 
to ken 
spo ken 
bro ken 
sll ken 
dlr ken 
shA pen 
ri pen 



en 



o pen 



L 



wa ken 



sh 



xr 



pen 



dam pen 

hem pen 

shor ten 

h ven 

wo ven 

bra zen 

den i zen 

un la den 

e Uv en 

be hil den un der ta ken froil 

par ta ken o ver ta ken 



mis tk ken 
a wa ken 
un sha ken 
be to ken 
un bro ken 
un sha ken 
un e ven 
en li ven 

in wn vpn 



ai*MMi«a 



9Mm0mm»0mimtmmf<m 



LBt ll. 



4 8 10 II 
in, Btir, ehire, fiim- 

igle Vowels. 

i pr^s si ble 
mis si ble 
nis si bl6 
ns mis si blc 
:is ti ble 
)lev i a ble 
1^ di a h\e 
re h^n si hie 

le. silent. 
Qi a ble ness 
ri a ble ness 
mi ra ble ness 
b i ta ble ne^s 
li^ ra ble ness 
bez zle ment 

silent, 
shov el 
h4 zel 



contained in vroxA^ 
bles, and ending ii 



gle. 



mis ti ken 
a wa ken 
un sha ken 
be to ken 
un bro ken 
un sha ken 
un e ven 
en li ven 

in wo vpn 

un (ler ta ken i 
o ver ta ken 



7 a 1 . 



I ' 5 S C 7 8 1 . uy 

Snunvla/vr»l — T» -w^. , . ~ ^ — 



I Sad deiji 
I mad den 
[red den 
Ibid den 
[hid den 



4pTm^'^ ^'^P^^ Diphthongs. 



un sfid den 
un trod den 
mis sp6 ken 
mis sha ped 
un sh4t ten 

bri zen ness 



rid den kit ten 

sM den smit ten 

trod den . rfit ten 

hap pen^MoO shot ten 

^^^ ten un bfd den 

IbrA ken ness A pen nefs^'^^V vr* 

I t' " "*^*s 6 ven ness or 

SECTION in._c<,„,„,^,,,s,„^„,.. 

jPn* on dim son' '" "Vl'™'' 

Pirdon Hon h " i™ prf. on 

M son parson M '"'" *"• "* '•»■> 

C»„ Wa^'-n'-y imprisonment 
bit ton „,4, ,„„ ^^ ^^^ ^^ 

^CHAPTER XV. 

'™p« Diphthongs, (for™ I'h. nLn "''*'''■ "' Pronounced, TvhV^ 
<«Pt »y,) alike°a„d nn"r„™iv J^ ,^"«' ""-^ sometimes Improper 

e <l.s<,ngui»hed by both being pr,„,^' j^'b"^ "ver them; but theyj 
'er they occur. The Dinh lion. n„. I °'"''" """racters when. 

l^ESSON I. 

poise 
P^r boil 
toil et 
oint ment 
joint ly 
noi sy 
boil er 



i^oid 
^il 

kil 

loil 
)il 
)il 
)il 



roil 



jom 

loin 

doit 

joint 

point 

hoist 

joist 

moijt 

noise 



broi der en join 
|oi ter sub join 
toil some* e loin 
pur loin 
a droit 



poi son 
a void 
de void 



toil 



de snnil 

"I 



un joint 



joiner 11-''''^ Steroid 
join er ad join moi e tv 

o like short w. -^ 





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Fate far, fall, fat, what-me, met, her^ they-pine, pin, stir, «hlre. firm- 






Hoy 

py 

toy 
troy 



Sounds of the Proper Diphthongs. 
Lesson n. 
adroitly 
res er vqir 
vi ri o Joid 
Consonants Double, 
moist ncss 
ap point 

SECTION U.-Consonants Single. 
Words in which the Proper Diphthong oy occurs. 



Em , ]3noi dpr 
rejoinder 
en join rneaf,,; 

noiseless 
soil less 



a void a ble 
em broi der y 
un a void a ble 

a droit ness 
ap point ment 



loy al 
roy al 
boy ish 
oy ster 



in yoy de stro^ em ploy er 

en joy roy al ist de stroy er 

de ploy loy al ty en joy raent 

em ploy roy al ty em ploy ment 
Consonants Double. 
al loy an noy loy al ly roy al ly 

SECTION III.— Consonants Single. ' 
Words in which the Proper Diphthong ou occurs. 

Lesson i. 
douse 



Loud 

proud 

shrouti 

bound 

hound 

mound 

pound 

round 

sound 

noun 

sour 

our* 



As tound 
de vour 
a hour 
de vout 



out 

bout 

lout. 

pout 

shout 

snout 

spout 

trout 

stout 

.sprout 

mount 

oust 



pr A noun out riln 
out ward* out strip 
out er out wit 
out work* out dS 



louse 

souse 

tou*e 

spouse 

out let 

out set 

out side 

out line 

out most 

out post 

house hold out ran 

*a and o„ieoond ByU»ble»,likft taoix v 

Lesson ir^ 

e spouse sur moun ta ble 

tAn ta mount su per a bound 

boun da ry in sur moun ta bly 

de vout ly in sur moun ta hie 



loud ly 
proud ly 
round ly 
sound ly 
sour ly 
boun ty 
ont bid 



out done 
a bound 
re bound 
un bound 
re dound 
pro pound 
a round 
un sound 



a mount 
re mount 
sur iiaount 
a rouse 



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Sounds of the Proper Diphthongs. 
^ Consonants Double. 

]oudn^)^<'B stnihdhess kur round 

M^^'' SECTION lY.^Consonants Single. - 
W^dfem which the Proper Diphthong oto occurs. 



intim 



•i ' 



How >i^ •: drowns 
nowtlii K ii*" bowek 
vowi mAt *i:;-:row en 
brow brown ish 

prow oJiiW town ship 
owl . sdn down 

howl bow er 

I prow dower 

down pow or 

I town ' tow er 

brown show er 

I drown powl er 

* -e like short t. 



pow der 
dow dy 
drow sy ■ 
row el* 
tow el* 
vow el* 
trow el* 
down wat^t 
pow wow 
en dow 
a vow 



how it zer 
bow er y ' 
ishow er y 
pow der y 
a vow al 
6n dow ment 
how Iv er 
em pow er 
how bi it 
s^m i vow e|i* 
how so ^v er 



1 
[Aid 
I pazd 
jail 
] nail 
I rail 
snail 
trail 
aim 

J • 

j liiailii 

blain 
slain 



re nown o ver pow^ er 

fa like short u. 
, .„ Consonants Double. 

downhill allow powerless ' 

prow ess pow der mill al low a ble 

CHAPTER XVI. 

Sounds of the Improper Diphthongs. 
' SECTION I — Consonants Single. 

Words in whidh the Improper Diphthong ai occurs. 
'''■'' 'Lesson i. '"-' 

brfde maid bdil bond pUin ly 
bfindmaid pdrs kin dairy 
milk maid plaft tain dai sy 
milk pail iid er ' dain ty 
tniin Sail jail er in liid 

dove tail nail er mis laid 
pir trait strain er tm paid 
brain pan wait er up braid 
mainmast painter dy tail 
rai ment dai ly -'^ feh tail 
ail Rjeht mainly .^rfe vai| 
hail stone vain ly be waif 



briin 

drain 

ti-atn 

stain 

Sjjrain 

strain 

trait 

paint 

saint 

mini 

plaint 

traipse 




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Or ditn 
a inatn 
de main 
re main 
do matn 
de tain 
re tain 



Sounds of the Improper Diphthongs. 

LESSON II. 

ob tAin dii ry maid o ver pA»d 

per tain bail ^ bk re or daia ( 

sus tain en tiil ment pre or dain 

ab stain,,,,,^^^, re tail er en tej: tatn 
re strain c ;, ,de tain er a \iil a ble . 
await remainder .obtainable 

re straint o ver Idid en ter tdin meni 
p li^e short w. y,,v 

Siilor Uilor traitor 

SECTION IL^Consonants Double. i v; 

plain ness tii lor ess* ap per liin 
as sAil as sAil ant as sAil a ble 

at tain at tain ment at tain a hie 

at taint at tain der un at tAin a blel 

*o like short u. 
SECTION Ill.—Consonants Single. 
Words in which the Improper Diphthong ay occurs. 



VII lain 
mur rain 
brdin less 
vain less 



Jiy drAy diy time 

lay stay may day 

May spray payday 

pay stray play day 

ray play mate mtd way 

say lay man al way* 

play dray man , ^M day 

bray pay ment Mon day 

* 9 long, .^ 

Consonants Pouble, 
midday al Uy ar r^y assAwer 

SECTION lY.-Coni^anants Single. 
Words in which the Improper Diphthong ee occurs 

Lesson i. 



era hky 
be lay 
de lay 
re lay 
mis lay 
way lay 
re pay 
a way 



be trdy 
por tray* 
a stray 
ySs ter day 
run a way 
pAy a h\e 
te piy ment 
be tray er 



Trhh 

spree 

deed 

heed 

weed 



spi4d 
breed 
steed 
njueek 



m 

keel 
reel 
deem 
keen 



priin 

spleen 

teeiM 

deep 

keep 



^ee<i sleek sheen peep 



wijp 

sheep 

sleep 

steep 

jeer 

leer 



ci 



yhh 

sneer 

steer 

leet , 

sheet 

sleet 



^ 



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P-^^^^^^^^ 



Strict 
sleeve 
sneez^^.,l 
breeze 
sp6n dee 
n!ise bleed 
nine teen 
keep sake 
steel yard 
I seed time 
bee hive 
sheep ish 
I pee vish 
keep er 
needy 



Sounds of like Impn^m Diphthongs. 
Lesson ii. 



spA4d y 

spleen y 

Sleep V 

meek ly 

keen ly 

deep ly 

meet ly 

nee die 
stee pie 
ven dih 
mar kee 
me lee 
trus tee 
ra zee 
in deed 

*a likb shoit «. 



i1rr.;> 



dev o iU 
pat en tee 
ab sen tee 
rep ar tee 
vel vet een 
pis ta reen 
o ver seen 



mis d^d . 

re deem 

e steem 

nan keen 

mo reen 

un seen 

a sleep* 

ve neer ^^^^^^ o ver sleep 

un meet pi o neerf 

ju bi lee. ' 

s^v en teen 

nkh die work* 

re diim er 

un seemly 

o ver shk 



dom i n^er 
mu ti neer 
o ver seer 
pri va teerf 
vol un teer 
re d^^m a blc 



iPha 
Jtea 

Ipiea 

jbead 

(plead 

Ibe^rd 

lleosh 

Ibeak 

Ibleak 

jsneak 

jspeak 



UXnng, 

SECTION v. ^Consonants Double, 
pWrless stMpness set tiA • 

meek ness meet ness rat teen ' 
keen ness rap pW pi^ ^ish ness 

deepness lessee ap pel IW 

W rA f^^^^'^^'-^^onsonants Single. 
Words in v^hich the Improper Diphthong ca o^m^. 
Lesson i.-.ea like long e. , : 'It, 



Kill dee 

Ih^Adless 

need les$ 

sleep less 



deal 

meal 

teal 

veal 

zeal 

beam 

ream 

bream 

dream 

steam 



Istreak stream 



blan 

dean 

yean 

meam 

ear 

near 

year 

blear 

ismear 

spear 

drear 

heap 



Uap 

neap 

reap 

eat 

heat 

neat 

peat 

seat^' 

te-^t 

treat 
east 



b^ast 
beasts 
ease 
heave 
iiiv/ ii weave 
eaves 
heave* 
Sun beam 
leap year 
sck man 
sea term 
treat ment 




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oounds of the Improper Diphthongs 
^•*f Vfij Lesbon II — ea like long «. > 

Wast Iv 



MAitf tffiie ' ias tei^' 

speflir miht hea ver 

sea pbrt"' ' wea t^eV 

lead er ^ ^ ''^ team ^er 

plead 6r^'* '';* eas tern 

speak cr leak y ' ' 

deal er meal y' ' 

reap ei*^* " '' mean ly 

herti «r L ^''"-'dear ly 

sheath' nearljr ' /' fnis le^d 

eater ' yeffr ly ':'**^'' 

heat et neat Jy 



wea ry 
ea sy 
trea ty 
bea die 
weak en 
eat en 
beat en 
bo h^a 



Ria son 
season 
trea son 
be riave ment 
en. tfea ty 



be speak 
re peal 

. ' . Le?son III. 

-de mian or* 
in ter w^avef 
S^a son h bly 
rea son a ble 



re vial '''^^^' 

en deaf/f "*'^'- 
^-be srae^r ' 
'^^"•* Repeat, / 

re ii-eotf^ '^^^ 

en treat 

re lertsfe 

bef^av'e *' 

ka SI ]y 
''■"wea ri.konic** 
•*"^eat a M 

en diar ment 



i)&3n m V i'')^n 

irha son a ble 
un Spick a ble 
^;. ) mis de m^an prf 
nn Tea ^on a ble^^ , 
un sea son A ble 

tfiist^.sjlort. _ 



sea 5on a ble 

* p like short u. 

SECTION VlL—ConsoHamsDmbli. 

Biard l^ss diaf nteiss misspeak ^p p^dse 

weak ness near nfes* an ne^fl 

lean ness neat neisS ap peal 

mean riiess seamstress ap peat 



mial i ness 
hmt li ne^ 
edv^i drop j^er 



' SECTION VIII.~-Con5onanf 5 -Sin o-^ff. 
"WtJrdsl'in which the Improper Dijphthong ie occursi 



yield, 
shield 



[ tie, like long eV 

shrink a liine^ 

priest r^^ pr^eve 

prtest ly re trieve 



bre vzir 

J.T? ~7 t 

betfWe ver- ,; 
,re trie va ble 



t« like long 



xnaciJ^ 



I , 



Pfe 



He 



vie 



b^l 



le 



im tie 



iS&SBiaaii 



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Uad 


rhars 


wood 


boat 


oak 


oats 


^hoal 


bo«st 


shoffls 


roast 


roam^ 


toast 


soap 


hoarse 


hoar 


in. road 



tak en 
oat en 
un \6od 
a board 
be moan 
A v€r board 
boat a blc 
o ver 16ad 



MAttld 
|iD<'2^rn 
Ifii/it^lt 



Sounds of the Improper Diphthongs. 

SECTION lX.-Consonants Single, 
Word« in which the Improper Diphthong o« occurs. 

•« like long o, 

piste board biar der 
side board boas ter 
Ik board oak y 
star board shoal y 
wish board loamy 
up roar soap y 
bAat man hoar y 
0«k vm hoarse ly 
Consonants Douile. 
n6arse ness shiali ness h5ar i ness 

SECTION X.— CoHsonanta Single, 
"Words in which the Improi^r Diphthong ou occurs 
«a like long o, 
piwlt sinAttl der pJwl try 

mo«l der mowr ner showl der blade 
shm/1 der mo«l dy powl ter er 

Consonants Double, 
siwl less mAwl di ness 

SECTION XI — Consonants Single, 
Words in which the Improper Diphthong ow occurs, 

ow like long o. 



Nore.— NTany persona 
M luT, ^c. ThU gross 

iBl^iw sAv;n 
Ishotfj blown 
\saow sho«;n 
Istow shad 01^ 
Itroto wid ow 
lstrot« el hoio 
lown win dow 



pronouncej wid ow, win dow, mrf low, *e , wid ur, tein iur 
vulgarisin should be carefully avoided. «"'»««*' 



bAto man h6w] er 
bow bent o?i?n pt 
tow line show y 
how sprit snow y 
snow storm low ly 

blow er tow ard** o ver sh4d ow 

* a like short u. 



be 16 w 
be stow 
6wn er ship 
shid ow y 
be stAw ment 
un tow ard" 



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M4I l(nv 
sa] lour 
tal hw 
sbal lot(T 
ar ro<t(7 
bar WW 
bar r<M{r 
maritnr 



Sounds of the Improper Diphthongs. 
SECTION XII."Consonants Double. 



n4r TOW 
yar row 
spar row 
bel law; 
inel low 
yel low 
bil ]ow 
pil low 



wil lot(; 
min noio 
win now 
wHl low 
bor row 
roor row 
s«)r row 



sh4I low ncssi 
nar row ness 
mel low ness I 
yel low ness 
yel low ish 
bil low y 
nar row ly 



sal low ness to mSr row 



SECTION XllL^Consanants Single. 
Words in which the Improper Diphthong we occurs. 



V4]ue 
ven ue 
iin b&e 



ue like long re. 



r^s i due 

• det i nuc 

ret i nue 



sub d&g pur &ie 

ven due av e nae 

en sue rev e niie 

Consonants Double. 
Wieness valueless 

SECTION XIY. .^onsonemts Single. 
Words in which the Improper Diphthong eu occurs. 

eu like Jong u. 
Neft tral an eu ri^in neu tral i ty 

eu rus pled ri sy - J^u ro p4 an 

nm ter am a te&r deu ter hn o roy 

• SECTION XV. -Consonants Single. 
Words in which the Improper Diphthwig ew occurs. 

eirlike long u. . 



3e^ 

pew 

spew 

drew 

stew 

lewd 

new5 



sfn ew 
luil dew 
deiV lap 
jew* harp 
new isfc 
dew drop 

Consonants Double. 
jew ess ne^^r ness h^d . 

ui like lantr u= 

Siit n8n suit -pva^hii 

*■ *f second •:fU«bIe, like slMrt r. 



deUr y 
newly 
lewd ly 
jew el* 
new el* 
tew el* 
pew ter 



de^ wormf 
be devV 
a new 
ren^w 
sin ew y 
nc'^s pa per 
re new a ble 



6SS deiV ber ry 
s^tt a ble 

f • like short «. 



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ng ue occors. 



g ew occnrs. 



|T } r~6 7 8 i 4~~6 7 i fi T—i 

JBO, ■or, not, to, r--d, dor«y-4ube. t ub, rule. bull-dJw. crew, fly, .trtem 

Sounds of the Improper Diphthonffs. 

SECTIOK XYL^onsonants Single. 

Words in which the Imprsper Diphthong au occurs. 

au like broad a long* 



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iDitib 
llaud 
|mat<l 
IhauiQ 

72iU\t 

7aunt 
iu dit 



appUtd 

Dlt^nt 
haunt 



plittdit p^Mperii-m 

tawrus nawtilus 

hu da b]^ 
at« di ble 
plat/ fi ble 
nu t6 ra 
at< tdm nal 
Consonants Double. 
as slt^It 
au like a flat, 
jiwnt 



paw per 
be diub 
a Taunt 
au stire 
111/ re ate 



o ver hittl 
iu di tor y* 

depiw perate| 
aw tfim a ton 
au st4r i ty 
; niat£ so \h um 
plau si bil i ty 



\tise 



ap 
slun ter 



lat/n dry 



tawnt 

SECTION XVn.-^onsonants Single. 
Words m which the Improper Diphthong aw occurs. 
aw like broad a long. 
sh^«7m b^ law 
uawn h4nd saw 
him slw dust 
patm haw dy 
yatCTi tat(; ny 
spaujn tawdry 
brawn awk wardf 
drawn brawl er 
prawn draw er 
,, Consonants Dcuhle. 

"ZZ. iff ^^'?"«^ briwniness Iwk ward nessf 
ow ness baw di ness taw dri ness law less Iv 

* ** " o^^"*^."* t.,.econd.yllable. like short i 
SECTION XVIII._C.n,onW* S,W«. 
Words in which the Improper Diphthong ea occurs. * 
Lesson i — ea like short e. 
M !t««d rialm Md stead pS<„ ant 
.. „. pjjj^^ pleasant 

pin 






)iw 
jaw 
law 

law 
)aw 
taw 
paw 
paw 
plaw 



dr&w 

straw 

bawd 

hawk 

yawl 

shawl 

brawl 

drawl 

sprawl 



liw yer 
saw yer 
njaw worm* 
ba shiw 
t6m a hawk 
liw ma ker 
pawn bro ker 
o ver diiw 
S!S ter in law 



>--: cuob 



ufeasi 



Iread spread hAme stead head band breast 



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Fate, far, fall, fat, what— me, met, her, they— pine, pin, stir, shire, firm- 



mady 
read y 
stead y 
heav y 
dead ly 



Souuds of the Improper Diphthongs. 

Lesson ii. - '^-i ■A.f^y.f 



triad le 
dead en 
lead en 
leav en 
ah^od 



breastwork* be bead 
Heal ot* be stead 



in stiad 
be spread 
a breast 
rlad i In- 
stead i ly 
heav i ly 



pea5 an try 
pleas an try 
un pl^a* ant 
al read yf 
un stead y 
en deav or* 
o ver spi'lad 



plea* ant ly 
Consonants Double. 
Uad stall driod ness yad i ness 
dread less head dress read i ness 
dead ness tread mill stead i ness 

* like short «. f first a long broad. 

SECTION XIX.— Consonants Single. 

Words in which the Improper Diphthong oo occurs. 

Lesson i. — oo proper or slender, 



plea* ant ness 
dread less ness 
un pl^a* ant nes 



W66 

mood 

brood 

tool 

spool 

stool 



b88m 

Woom 

broom 

moon 

noon 

soon 



moor 

poor 

boot 

hoot 

moot 



HS8 poo 
bid room 
mush ioom 
hen roost 
m86r land 
noon time 



bl58m y 
boot y 
root y 
boo by 
poor ly 
loose ly 



moon shine oo zy 
boor ish 
moor ish 

Siss pool 

™0C_ 1 

poor ness 



sp88n 

loop 

sloop 

droop 

troop 

stoop 

Lesson ii. 
sham p88 
si moom 
ba boon 
sa loon 
lam ppon 
bar poon 
ma roon 
mon soon 



r88t 

soot 

shoot 

roost 

moose 

ooze 

. ■ \ 
la tt^n 
pi a toon 
un moor 
pon toon 
spon toon 
pol troon 
bl88m a ry 
pan ta 188n* 
o ver shoot 



loos en 

bam b8& ba toon 

Lesson hi. — Consonants Double. 

lofise ness bal Ififin r88m i ness 

tattoo . siiai icon boor ish ness I 

at! doom bas soon moor ish hess 



»g 00 occurs. 



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, I 3 "fi 6 7 8 1 4 6 7 1 & i — k 

nu^ nor, not^ _to^ good.j'^e-t^^^ 



stootl 
wool 



Sounds of the Improper Diphthongs. 
Lesson i\,— Consonants Single. 
00 short. ^ 
w5rm wood w55d en Hke li hood 

w56d land w5ra an hood live li hood 
^ wood bine sts ter hood im der st53d 
minhood woody hardihood misunderstood 

ou like 00 proper or slender. 
SSwp y6«r tSwrist sur tSwt ' 

tottr yoMw a m8wr t8wr na ment 

SECTION XX — Consonants Single. 
Words in which the Improper Diphthong ey occurs. 



lam prey 

o biy 
pur vey 
pur \^y or* 
sur vey or* 

pul ley 
at tor ney 



Hon cy p^rs lev 

mon ey med ley 

tdr key mh ky 

b^r ley ktd ney 

par ley map sey 

Consonants Double. 
4b bey vil ley 

al ley v6l ley 

Words in which the Improper Diph h< ig eo occurs. 
YeAman. l^op ardf jSop ar dyf 

J^opardt people ve5 man ry 

Words m which the Improper Diphthong on in ou/occurs 
SECTION XXL~Consonants Single. 
Lesson i.—ou like short u. 
blus trous d^ vi ous 
m6n strous pre vi ous 
strSn u ous 4n vi ous 
dh bi ous 6b vi ous 



Pi ous 
bul bous 
troub lous 
VI nous 
|p^m pous 
pi rous 
lop rous 
Won drous 
ni' trous 
lus trous 



te di ous 
di ous 
stu di ous 
im pi ous 
, vA ri ous 
rpu ri ous 



\iU\ 



ixr:.i- 

TT Illi VUUS 



p^r il ous 
re* in ous 
fin er ous 
str^p er ous 
mur der ous 
p^n der ou^ 



ni mer ous 
vi per ous 
prSs per ous 
vin om ous 
val or ous* 
A dor ous* 
va por ous* 
ri ot ous* 
rav en ous 
haz ar dousj 



e ous 



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1. i 3 4 b 14 8 9 14 8 10 IT 

Fate far, fall, fat, what— me, met, her, they— pine, pin, stir, shire, firm— 



Sounds of the Improper Diphthongs and Triphthongs. 

Lesson ii. 

HSlr ba rous 
Im o rous 
tina o rous 
tre m^n dous 
stu pen dous 
e nor mous 
de si rous 
so no rous 
Lesson hi. 

pe ni ri ous 
u su ri ous 
sa lu bri ous 
in dus tri ous 
ob strep er ous 
pre p6s ter ous 
a noin a lous 

Lesson iv. 
6b vi ous ly 
ni mer o i ly 
prSs per ous ly 
bir ba rous ly 
tre mSn dous ly 
stu pen dous ly 
e nor mous ly 

With eous. 
in stan td ne ous 
si mui ta ne ous* 

* i" long. 

SECTION XXII.— Consonants Double. 
Op pri bri ous par si mo ni ous ness er r6 ne ous 
il Ids tri ous op pr6 bri ous ly er ro ne ous ly 

pu sil Idn i mous ilMs tri Ous ly sub ter ri ne ousj 

SECTION XXIII.— Consonants Sir^le. 



NSb u lous 
em u lous 
trem u lous 
p6st hu mous 
m^m bra nous 
6m i nous 
]ii mi nous 
mu ti nous 

Ab st^ mi ous 
bar mo ni ous 
o va ri ous 
im pe ri ous 
la bo ri ous 
no to ri ous 
in ju ri ous 

Pi' ous ly 
strin u ous ly 
sti di ous ly 
im pi ous ly 
va ri ous ly 
se ri pus ly 
pre vi ous ly 

a rd ne ous 
spon ta ne ous 



mo men tous 
por ten tous 
sa It vous 
in s/d i ous 
in vid i ous 
de lir i ous 
o bliv i ous 
me 16 di ous 

u nan 1 mous 
vo 1& mi nous 
i d61 a trous* 
in bar m& ni ous 
par si mo ni ous 
mer i to ri ous 
mul ti tu di nous 

ab stJ mi ous ly 
bar mo ni ous ly 
im pe ri ous ly 
in ju ri ous ly 
in dds tri ous ly 
u nan i mous ly 
mer i th ri ous ly 

spon tA ne ous ly 
in Stan ti ne ous H 



T ten 



L_ 



pAr lieu 



WUl V iZ, V 

\ifw er 
beau ty 



Triphthongs. 



a uicU 

re View 
in ter view 



'U^.v.\ 4-.. ^_^4. 
UCUU ly opwb 

re view er 
o ver iwe 



ti 1 mous 



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1 » 6 e 7" 8 1, 4 i 7 1 6 r~4 

no, MT, not, t o, good, dove-tube, tub, rule, bull-dew, crew, fly, gyjem 



CHAPTER XVir 







THE COW, CALF, AND OX. 

The cow is one of the most useful animals besto^ved 
>y our Creator, and is, in an especial manner the poor 
aan s blessing. She supplies large quantities of milk 
i^hich IS excellent food for children. From milk butter 
nd cheese are rixadie i and, with flour and t)ther things a 
reat many good artides of food are also made. 

The cow and ox eat grass, hay, corn, potatoes, and 

me other things. 

The flesh af the cow and ox, when fattened, is called 

leef, which is; good food. The skin, when tanned, is 

;ood leather, of which shoes, Wts, and. many other 

isetu things are m^de; of the. horns, coiiibs, boxes, and! 

landJes of knives are made ; gliie is made of the gristles' 

and finer pieces of cutting and parings of the hides:' 

and, of the fat, which is called tallow, candles are made. 

A young cow or ox is called a calf. Its hair is bright 

|and smooth, and it is quite fond of play. The skin of 

,iue can, when tanned, is used to make boots and shoes ; 

and, like the skin of the sheep, is much used for covera 

of books; . 



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H^^llEd^'Jl^h^A-^ l ^*t, her, th?y~pLe . pfn, sti. shL, fim~ 



Lesson n. 
The ox, though of a slow and sluggish nature, is very 
Jlrong, gentle, and kind, and of rr/eat use to the farmer 
by aiding him in tilling the groimti. What a noble sighti 
it IS to see the patient and gentle oxen draw a cart c? a' 
plough for the farmer ! 

j Men and boys should be kind to the ox, and I'cner let 
■him suffer for food, or abuse him with harsh treatment. 
1^0 good boy will ever hurt any animal. He will never 
kick or strike a dog oi a cat, or throw a stone or a stick^ 
at a goose or a hen^ or any animal that he may see in the' 
street. Boys who abuse animals generally become crnel 
and wicked men. 

Charles, how many g^ili^ make a pint ? Four. How 
many pints make a quart ^ Two. How many quarts 
^ake a gallon? Four. How manv gallons m^e a 
b^irel? Thirty;<)ne and a halil How j.any gdlons 
make a hogshead ? Sixty-three. 

Lesson m. 

THE ROSE. 

How fair is the rose, what a beautiful flower! 

In summer so fragrant and gay ! 
But the leaves are beginning to *iade in an hour, 

And they wither and die in a day. 

Yet the rose has one powerful virtue to boast 

Above all the flowers of the field ; 
When its leaves are all dead, and its fine colors lost, 

Still how sweet a perfume it will yield 

So frail are the youth and the beauty of men, 
Though they look gay and bloom like the rose ; 

Yet all our fond care to preserve them is vain, 
'1 irae kills them as fast as he goes. 

Then Til not be proud of my youth or my beauty. 

Since both will soon wither and fade ; 
But grain a erood name bv nerformino- mv rinfv. 

This will scent like the rose, when I'm dead. 

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jno^nor^ not, to, good, d lve^e. ttb. Ale, blu-dl cr^^-TT^ 

Lesson iv. 




THE LION. 



hJi** '°P ofhis head, temples, cheeks, under iaw neck 
breast, and shoulders, are covered with lon^hafr bS 
other part of his body with very short hafr Hi.f ^u' 
are terrible and his pLs like thC of a cat 

Utasar^ t?l ^°'c^°°^ ^y "'§■>*' ^"'' ^"'-^hes his 

Rind w1it:tKl]^eTfrrives"%T^^^^^ T "'^ 
"pon it generally seizing i at Se fifst bound "' '"^ | 



|them food; >,iia played with them. 





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FatR, far, fall, fat, what-uifi, met, her, they-pine, pin, stir, ahire, flrro- 



\ 



Lesson v. 
Who is shq that with graceful steps, and a lively air, 
walks oyer yonaer plain ? 

The rose blusheis on her cheeks ; „the sWeetiiess of the 
morning breiath^ from her lips; joy, tempered with in- 
nocence aiid nibdesty, sparkles iii her eyes; and, cheer- 
lulness of hfeart appears in all net liiovements. 

Her name is Health : she is the daughter of Exercise 
and Tewiperance. 

Who is he that lias accjuired wealth ; that has risen to 
power; that has clothed himself with honor; that is 
spoken of in the city with praise ? Even he that has 
shut out idleness from his house, arid has said to sloth, 
thou airt riiine enemy. He rises early and goes to rest 
late; he exercises his mind with contemplation, and his 
body witH aiction, ahd preserves the health of both. 

Lesson tt. 
SELECT SENTENCES. 
Vice, gooner or later, brings misery. , ,• , 

. ^ ?«esty IS one of the chief ori^an^er^ts of youth. ,, 
No'corifidence^ can W placed in those who are in the 
hkbit of telling lies. 

Our reputatipn, yirtij^ej, and happiness, greatly clepend 
on the choice of our cbmpi^riion^^ 

Good or bad liaBils, formed iii yoiith, generally go 
M^ith us through life. 

. Our b^st friends are those wHo teliius oi* our faults, 
atiq teach uSj hbvir to correct iheml / ! . 

r^J^V^ word. nay. even a kind look) often aflfords 
pohifort to th^ afflictedr > , 

I JDb not jnsiiit' the poor ; pov^rity lentitie? a man to pity.j 
I Wr^? loss of wealth mav be , regained, the loss of 
health may be recovered ; but' that of" time can never 
be Fecalleo. 

Reveal your secrets to none, unless it be as much 
their interest to keep them, as it is yours they should 
be kept. 

f Revenge is a mean pleasure ; but no principle is more 
4pble than that of forgiving injuries'. 



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ho. nor, not, to, pood, dove—tube, tuh, rule, bull— dew, crew— Jy, sya tera. 

Z /AKT III. 

Various and Peculiar Soufids of the Consonants. 

In Part III all the fieculiar varieties of Consonant Sounds are giv- 

1, all separately classed and their peculiarities distinctly pointed out. 

this Part alsoj.as in Paru I and II, the words in each class or Les- 

n are classed with regard to the terminating syllable or to the 

lund of the vowel in the terminating syllable. As page 76, Lesson' 

, every word ends in anct; Lesson III, in ence ; Lesson IV, every 

ord has the vqwel a in the last syllable ; Page 77, Lesson V, e; 

,esson VI, » ;, and so on. ; Page 80, Lesson IV^ in which c is hard,! 

very word finds mcate ; Lp^son VI, in al ; Lesson VII^ in cat ; Lesson 

C, m cti Lesson^iy, in iye} Lesson XXII, in ity ; Lesson XXVI, in' 

I, &c. &c. throtighout Part III, the words, containing each Conso-I 

ant Sdtind are classed by their terminations in every" possible case.i 

8 in Parts I and II, there are no £lent consonants intermingled 

ith those which are sounded, in Part III, as ihev are in other Spell-j 

In? Books, causing great doubt and diliiculty 'in the mind of the' 

icholar, but they are all alphabetically classed and their «7cnc« noted' 

[n a separate Chapter, pages 129 and 130, at the end of Part III. 

feiiher are there in ?art III, any words subject to diflerent accent- 

ation or pronunciation when differently applied, nor any words pro- 

lounced alike but of different orthography and signification. See 

lote and remarks over Chapters III and IV, pages 15 and 18.— See 

Iso pag€ 14 — very particularly. 

NoTE.--In this Part as in Part I|, the silent vowels are noted by being print 
!d in Italic. The letter «, when thus printed, has the sound of z. Diphthong 
ire separaioi from the single vowels, being aU classed at the end of eadi 
Jhapter or Section. 

CHAPTER I. 
Sounds of the Letter C. 
SECTION I.— Consonants Single. 
C sounded like s, before e, i, and y. 
Lesson i. — ^Ending in ace. — Vowels Single. 
lioe rice trice un lAce em brice 

mace space min ace re place re trace 
pace brace s61 ac« mis place in ter lice 
Consonants Double. 



1 

Ace 

dace 



pin nace 



dice 
lice 
mice 
nice 



vice 
slice 
spice 
price 



In ice. 
splice 
nov ice 
nA ticc 
j^s ticc 



t^ 



r race 



tv a rice 
Ir mi stice 

4 



sM stice 
en tice 

pr^j u dice in ter stice 
pre ci pice* iii j4s tice 
Consonants Double. 
lit tice ill spice ap prSn tice 

In uce. 

e ddce re dice ab dice tra dice in tro dice 
de diice se duce in dude sub duce su per in diice 

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y..., A,, ?.„. ?... ^^,^,, „v ,^,. .„',^_^-„, 4^ .^^ ^.0^^ .T— 



D^nce 
lance 
prance 
trance 
b4l ance 
val ance 



pen ance 
dh ranee 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 
C sounded like s, before e, i and y. 
Lesson ir— In ance.~Fo«;e/5 Single. 
sab stance ads te nance re mim brnnce 
re U ance 
pur su ance 
a bun dance 
re dun dance 
en di ranee 
re pin tance 



en h4nce 
ru mance 
ad Vance 
ri di ance 
va ri ance 
tfil er ance 



hm der ance re sis tance 



re mSn strance 
in to) er nnce 
de iiif er ance 
i'<'6 p^n Jhr anctfj 
in t^m per ance 
pre d6m i nance 
in h§r i tance 



■n stance tin. per „„« re ,L blanc. fa "prbdrar. 
,, J . Consonants Doable. 

Dhtanr ^Iff'""" aberrance remittance 
pittance alliance ad m.t tance ir ri di ance 
m„.. I-spo^' Wi— In ance— /„„,/, Single. 
HSnce prSv . dence tdr b., lence ad hf rence 
pence im pu dence pes t] ience snb s!s tence 
p8n dence prev a lence vS he n.ence ma liv o lence 
..lence vfo lence Eminence benevolence 
tbsenc. redolence prSm i nence pre eminence 

rlV't '"^o lence impotence omniprlsenw 
r8verence5j>u lence penitence independence 
ev , dence vfr « lence sub s.' dence su pefin ten dencei 
A Consonants Double. 

Sssence Appetence ab hSr rence ir rSv er ence 
_4 In mce. 

mtnce smce wince province e vWe 

Lesson rr.-Jn a,^al, an, ate, and ant,-Fou Single 



C?tal 

cin tral 

c^ rate 

Ik car ate 
nia cei" ate 
ul cer ate 
de ci mate 
man ci pate 
a ce tate 
c«i e brate 



dl ci mal 
vi ci nal 
re ci tal 
di la cer ate 
e ]h ci date 
e man ci pate 
an ti ci pate 
par ti ci pate 
de ceni yi rate 
me di ci :ial 



mu nl Ci paf 
cen trip e tal 
par ti c' punt 
pre cip i tant 
pan a c^ a 
su i ci dal 
in ci d^n tal 
cer e m«^ ni al 
Fia ri an 



L 

Rdcy 
li na cy 
pa pa C3 
pi ra cy 



^wH 



a be ce di ri 



t NOTJB. — S( 

' H)ul(l ei 
fti'^ at the e 
nalo»ous ani 
•»" i- Cen 
U> avoi 
they, t 

ft done. 



an 



T III. 

s io iT 
n, stir, shire, flrin~ 

nsonants. 

y- 

\gle. 

i m^m brnnce 

> rn6n strancc 
tol er flncc 

► It V er ancf 
e p'ln Juf ancej 
t^m per ance 

e d8m i nance 
hSr i tancc 
r se vA ranee 
perabdudiu.oe 

e rait tance 
r r4 di ance 

rencc 
IS tence 
V o lence 
i^ o lence 
n i nence 
n i tence 
prisenqe 
►en dence 

in ten denc«i 



rSv er ence 

e vinccjl 

f^ Single. 
ci pal 
p e tal 
c. punt 
> i cant 
;4 a 

da! 
in tal 
\iS ni al 
na ri aa 

di ri an 



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Ddl cet 
brAce Jet 
ja cent 
de cent 
re cent 
lu cent 
pre cept 
in cest 
'de 

r^ cess 



Variou. and Peculiar S„.,„j"s of the'^^^,,, 
C sounded like ,, before ., ,, „„d „ 



se cAde 
pre cede 
r^ ci pe 
pre ci pe 
cit a del 
fpe ci men 
in ci dent 
ad jA cent 
in de cent 



4pt^ 



Consonants Double. 
pr8 cess i cid nessf 



re li cent in tc r c 

en ticement 're cfp i ent 
in duce ment pre cip i ent 
d' vorce ment in cip i ent 
'■« cite ment percipient 
en *i4nce ment inter jAcent^ 
„7;^"f '"ent inter lucent* 

Zll A. «"te cedent 
intercede* inter cedent* 



in no cent 



Li cid 
mu cid 
A cid 
pla cid 
ran cid 
civ il 
ta cit 
pla cit 
de c/de 



^-"""i^^^^'-'-dD-ir-e;^' 



re cite 
in cite 
de i cide 
su i cide 
h6m i cide 
vAt i cide 
mat : ; cide 
eel an dine 
civ il ize 



d6m i cil 
OS tra ci^m 
sol e ciom 
8t<i i ci^m 
n»#s ti ci^m 
n»ed i cine 
uu Ci, il 
so ii Cit 
ini pli cit 



RAcy 
' li na cy 

pa pa cy 
I pi ra cy 



^ Consonanis Double. 
par ri cide pel ji cin 



in c4n tivc 
de cep tivc 
re rep tivc 

pre cep tivc 

in cep tive 

per cep tive 

mis re c|te 

"»' pir i ci*m , 
H f ma c4 ti* 



'/e. 



prVvacv " 4'*'":^-^^"'^'f^ h 

-npA ^^va^:^ Inl^^r^^^ 

"" ^^ in or di na cv 

(consonants Double. ^ 

Al ba cy ii iJt ^^ ^ 

i;^o»S^-^:j;^S*l^j5;^^ ^'- *^*t e *»d „ .„ the word, a.^ ,- J 
!«'« at the end of svlHhi =- "y"*' «' •' thus, ac-id- iii-u ki- w *' «'-f' <.f 

•"' ,'• Certkinly. ' .^hn" °/ *c^' /*"?"»Se by 4nd"n^ Z^Tl^^^J'""" t.'>^ 






t .,./;i„ ^.^u^^'^r'/ ^^•"^. «i' uhl divlrit *L^J*^_." '''"wel having .^l^^: 
'■ * first e short. j 

Ji 



8, ' 



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' =» 3 4 5 18 ,T~"4 8 10 TT 

Fate, far, fall, fat, what— me, met, her, the) -pine, pin, wtii, whlre, flrnr 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 
C sounded like s, before e, i, and y. 
Lesson viii.— In ency.— Vowels Single. 
Dh cen cy p5 ten cy in dA cen cy 

re cen cy sdl ven cy trans lu cen cy 

pen den cy pr4« i den cy de pSn den cy 

ten den cy im po ten cy de sp6n den cy 

ar den cy ad jA cen cy in sol ven cy 

In ly, njr, bly, and cty^ 
d4 cent ly ni ce ty im pi! jit ly 

re cent ly in dh cent ly per cep ti bly 

Ur ce ny so ci e ty im per c^o ti l^ly 

^ ^ Consonants Douhlfi. 

<^»^ JJ Jy prin ci pal ly tn no cent ly 

In ery. 
c«l er y s5r cer y cim e ter y 

Lesson ix — In ity.— roM;e/* Single. 



Cttv 
ce ler i ty 
a cid i ty 
do cil i ty 
ci vil 1 ty 
vi cin i ty 
e da ci ty 
men da ci ty 
mor da ci ty 
o pa ci ty 
ra pa ci ty 



Hrcel 

p4 cer 

ra cer 

1 1\ cer 

&n ces tor 



ve r4 ci tv 
vo ra ci ty 
vi va ci ty 
men di ci ty 
pub li ci ty 
per ni ci ty 
ver ti ci ty 
rus ti ci ty 
tri pli ci ty* 
du pli ci ty 

lu bri ci ty 

* t, first syllable, long 

Lesson x. — Vowels Sinsle. 
t like short ». 

CIV it 

e> in ety unaccented, like short u. 
CI der sSr cer ef 

cin der diil ci nier 

cis tern De elm ber 

0, unaccented, like short u. 
pre cip tor cen ti ri on 

Consonants Double. 



ve Id ci ty 
a tro ci ty 
a ddn ci ty 
ce \e\j ri ty 
per ti nici ty 
e las ti ci ty 
mul ti pli ci ty 
prin ci pal i ty 
in vin ci bil i ty 
per cep ti bil i ty 
im per cep ti bil '\\ 



lin cet 



en il cer 
tra du cerl 
pro du ceij 

cir e mo 



cm na mon pred e els sor 



m 



ter cl 



8 sor 



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Various and Peculiar Souods of the Consonant.. 
C founded like s, before e, i, and y. 

Trice a be re dh ci ble i„ vin ci b!e 

notice a bJe nro Hn r.; ku . 

c vin ci Die im per cln ti bic 

SECTION II.-Diphthong. -_Con.na^., ^/^ 
Lesson i.-Proper Diphthongs. 

bmmL i'**""^* pronounce 

bounce denounce denouncement 

pounc« re nouncc re nounce ment 

Consonants Douhie 
annojr«Dc« an nounc. an nounce ment allowance 



Voice 
tn voic« 
re joic« 



De c4it 
de cetVtf 



LM«nM ., T """"^^ an nounce ment a low t 



jiice 

sHuce 
6&U cer 

ul cer 0U8 
a ch tous 



re cfji ya ble 
per cei va ^le 



Cide 
came 
crane 
cape 



re cAive cfe c4i ver 

per ce*Ve re cei ?er 

«»■ like long II. 

slitce nuisance ihicv 

au like broad a long. "' ^ 

aw spice piwcity 

attdience aw d4 city 

ou like short u. 
cen si ri oua pre cfp i toua 

»o h ci tous cer e mA ni ous 

SECTION III.~Con50.an/, Single. 
C sounded like *, before a, a, u, /, r. and t. 
Lesson i.-Ending in ade, ape, ^c- Voxels Single 



crc 
crate 
cave 
clave 



crive 
cir 
card 
carp 



Crfme cAve cire 

code clove c5rn 

cone clove* cr4pt 

crone colt crest 

cope cube crib 



cirt 
carle 
carve^ 
crib 

Lfssow ir. 

^Ifp 

crimp 

crisp 

cub 

club 



cUd 
cash 
cl^sh 
craefh 

cdd 

curd 

crush 

cup 



crim 
can 
clan 
cap 



c|^mp« 
cramp 
cat 
cant 



clump c^rve 
crump clfid 
cur con 
cut cr<u^ 

crust clc^' 



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Fate, far; fall, fat, what-me, met, her, they-plne, pfn, 8t?r, shire, film- 



Ml ca 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of tha Consonants. 

C sounded like k, before a, o, «, /, r, and t. 

Lesson m — In a, ade, ate, &c. 



cris tate 
tc tave 
hro c4de 
ar cade 
be came 

Consonants Double. 
c6p per as c6p per plate bar ri cdde 



pi ca 
cdn tra 
c\\ mate 
die tate 



ere he 
c& po la 
ere d^n da 
cav al c4de 
e vac u ate 



Vi cate 
\o cate 
dip re cate 
im pre cate 
av o cate 
rev o cate 
ad vo cate 
in vo cate 
c6n vo cate 



Lesson iv._In cate.--Fow;c/a Single. 



ca Mm ni ate 
con sid er ate 
CO &p er ate 
el e cam pdne 
in con sid er atej 

com mX$ er ate I 



r4d i cate 
ded i cate 
mcd i cate 
ab di cate 
ini di cate 
vin di cate 
trip li cate 
mas ti cate 



dA pli cate 
c6m pli cate 
im pli cate 
in tri cate 
in cul cate 
e rad i cate 
pre var i cate 
ad j& di cate 
do m^s ti cat<5 



I cin di date cul mi nate 
pec u late dec o rate 



rus ti cate 

Consonants Double. 

4p pli cate sAp pli cate cSl lo cate com mh ni caiel 

Lesson v.— In Jate, late, he— Vowels Single. \ 

CA rate c6m bi nate des e crate ma trie u latel 

c6n se crate in 8c u late 
in cir nate con t4m i natej 
con d^n sate re crim i natel 
con s61 i date pro eras ti nate 
e j4c u late in cor po rate) 
ar tic u late de c4p i tate 
Consonants Double. 
im mic a late com mim o rate cor rfib o ratj 
Lesson vr. — In al. 



spec u latb 
cal cu late 
c& mu late 
'crim i nMe 



col Idte 



cor po rate 
cap ti vate 
cul ti vate 
li cu brate 



Cir na 
c6 pal 
ca b41 
ca nal 
j|| te dl 

c4n,ni bal 



crfm i nal 
c^r di nal 
d6c tri nal 
de cri al 
noc tdr nal 



de cri tal 
CO e val 
con tin u al 
CO 16 ni al 
pic to ri al 



Consonants Double. 
con n\ bi al oc t^n ni al 



mer ci ri al 
e l^c to ral 
sac ra m4n tall 
con ti nen tall 
die ta t6 ri alf 

col Ut er al 



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ca Idm ni ate 
con sid er ate 
CO &p er ate 
el e cam pine 
in con sid er ate! 



Various and Pecaliar Sounds of the Consonants. 

C sounded like ;fc, before a, o,«,/,r, and.. 
LpssoN vir.-Jn cal.-F(,«;e^, Single. 



I LA cal 
vo cal 
m^d i cal 
cier i cal 
mim i cal 
clin i cal 
crit i cal 
c6ra i cal 

u nfv o cal em ble m4t i cal 

non sen si cal dem o crat i cal 

1 den ti cal* ac a dem i cal 

de ,s t, cal ep i dem i cal 

sta tis ti cal pe ri 6d i cal 

e iec tri cal di a bol i cal* 



c8n i cal 
top i cal 
ci bi cal 
bib li cal 
cbs mi cal 
pii *i cal . 
urAp si cal 
h4c ti cal 



prac ti cal 
cor ti cal 
rds ti cal 
he r5 i cal 
sa t4n i cal 
pi rat i cal* 



ju rid i c<il 
in im i cal 
do min i cal 
po lit i cal 
le vit i cal 
ca nhu i cal 



numerical i ron i chI* 
po et i cal his to ri cpI 

ap OS t6l i cal 
an a torn i cal 
as tro no mi cal 
ec o nom i cal 
di a m^t ri cal* 
ar is to crat i cal 



va cant pel i can 
constant publican 



ca lash 
decamp 
en r«amp 
era vat 
Me cant 



car a van 
^c u larf 
ca ve at 
dem o crat 
rec re ant 



T «»» IS lo crat 1 

-rn,a,. .jnuU.„i ^teLT Z^t^'"' 

cor mo rant ver nac u larf 

c6n ver sant o rac u larf 

CO Idm narf or bic u larf 

compliant aristocrat 

con cSr dant con cSm i tant 

re luc tant mul ti pli c4nd 

incdnstant per pen d^c « larf 
Consonants Double. 

«t las" :n,f »« ^'SP pli can. 

can vass ^p nli cant ^""^ '"^ "' ^^"^ 

• .. first «yiuble. loL*^ "' , , ««"^ ^^^ sd ri at 

Les^om r^ T . , t a, la.st syllable, flat. 

Lesson ix.-ln e, ed, el, eiM,~-Vowels Single 
cov et se crAi*. « . 

con v^ne co'm'^il TJ. " ^^^ 

CO nere con tend [„"com 

com pete c4l o m*.] 11'''^^ 

com plete cab 



lAc me 

j v t cu 

loam el 



rrnn t^n ..1 



in et 



jac o net 



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4 
Act 
sect 
strict 
c6n tract 
4s pect 
pr^s pect 
in sect 
i diet 
prdd uct 
re id 
en act 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 
C sounded like k, before a, 0, «, /, r, and t. 
Lesson x.— In ci.— Vowels Single. 



trans act 
de tract 
re tract 
pro tract 
eject 
de ject 
re ject 
in ject 
e lect 
se lect 
sus pect 
e rect 



di r^ct 
bi sect* 
re spect 
in spect 
de tect 
pro tect 
pre diet 
de pict 
e vict 
re strict 
de duct 
in duct 
Consonants Double. 
cor r4ct 
ad diet 



^in struct 
ob struct 
con struct 
de c6ct 
con cact 
cit a ract 
^ di' a lect 
rSt ro spect 
in com pact 
in di rect 
in ter sect 
con tra diet 



in tel lect 
in cor rict 



at tr&ct 
con nect 

■ Lesson xi.-In ent. Vowels Singl7 

Uf ent c|n ton meni*de c^mp ment con sis tent 

cl5m ent c6n ti nent en camp ment con vi ni ent 
contSnt competent enactment predicament 

corpulent inclement ejectment incontinent! 
s4c ra ment re cum bent con tent ment in com pe tent 
document incumbent com pA nent incoherent 
con di ment con tr61 ment co he rent in con sis tenj 
Consonants I>OMWe.— Various terminations. 



cr^ss 
clAse ness 
cold ness 
4c tress 
c6s set 
com ment 
com m4nd 



ca r^ss 

cis SI mere 

come li ness com mit ment 

com mon nessf con cur rent 



cor rupt ness 
com mand ment 



a cdte ness 
cor r^ct ness 
in struc tress 



C4di 
cir mine 
c&n trite 
cil id 



Lesson xii.— In i, ine, id, it, &c. 



ckv il 
vie tim 
cab in 
c6l in 



-iU 



\\S\J OiJ 



1 Inns 



cri SIS 
crM It 
ci bit 
cdl prit 

C;it inint 



rec om mind 
in cor rect ness 
cor re sp6n dent 
Vowels Single. 
com piMe 
com bine 
car bine 
ca nine 
de cline 



^3ES 



t second syllable, like short m. 




in con SIS ted 



Various and Peculiar Sounds ofthef-nnc 
C sounded like k, before aoTlTZT' 
Lesson xiii.-ln ine ite it 2 J' ' ""^ '* 
Re elf ne cdl a mine oK ^'""'^^ '^*«^^*- 

^•-line p5rr;-fe ^fef' ^ '^^^ ^'' 
conspire recondite 6c uL ^^ ^'? ^^ 

con trive cul ver in col o „L ""^^ T^P ° ^^^^ 

consist Calvinism sta lie « e''fn ' "'' ''^'Pi 
T« :i • ® cop. o mist 

2«ctie crocodile dan H4. .• " 

d^ctnne „le ta rin. com pt ^ 

ciassis conniVe com m^* 

Lesson xiv j^ ive.-^Fo../, 5,^, '""^ '"^^ 
compdisivfi subjective v^ h^ .- 
con vul sive e lec tivj '^ *'^' 

di rec tive 
pro iec ti^fe 
in vec tive 
re spec tivc 



4 

Ac tiv« 
cap tive 
ci ra tive 
In era tive 
^d jec tive 
CO hi sive 
^n clu sive 



m cur sive 
ere k tive 
in 4c tive 
de trac tive 
re trac tive 



re stric tive 
de due tive 
se due tive 
pro due tive 
in due tive 



- - •■• uuu live 

L'r«?rr^ .destructive 



, pro trac tive per ZZ . ' • ^ '*^"« '*>* 

conclusive objective Sre Z »' ^V^^^^ tive 

-n strde tive de eUr a t': '" "" ^ «^-.« ^-e 

in die a tive ^ ''^- " *»^« 

pro v5 ca tive 

con t^m pla tive 

con sec u tive 

ConsonarHs Double. 
col Igc tive 
con nee tive 
cor rec tive 



vin di ca tive 
spec u la tive 
c^p u la tive 
com par a tive 

col li sive 
cor ro five 
at trac tive 



-" —IV U 111 

io CO m6 tive 
com pre hen sive 
fet ro spec iWe 
Jn tro due tive 



Can to 
ci hort 
con dile 
al cove 



con v6lr« r.,A ._ . «'^ 



com mi ni ca tive 
com m^m o ra tive 
cor r6b o ra tive 



conv6lre. nrA to col 
be come £| co hoi 

«n ' ""5 "^^ cro com 

an ec d 5te « nj corn 

5 ***«>««" Uouble 



c^p ri corn 
a pri cot 
oe ti vo 
un w^i fn,n^^ 






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Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 
C sounded like k, before a, o, u,l,t, and f. 
Lesso^j xvi._In ude, ute, urn, ur, Scc.^Vowels Single. 



J6c und 
con sul 
16 cust 
se cl4de 
pre dude 
in clu^e 
con elude 
con sume 
cos tume 
se cure 



pro cire 
CO lure« 
a cute 
com pute 
re cdr 
in cur 
con cur 
con suit 
r^c ti tude 
rfd i cule 



r4t i cule 
ep i cure 
sjf ne cure 
pr^s e cute 
con sti tute 
vac u urn 
cri ni um 
nu cle us 
c^l a mus 
cat a pult 



cdll 
col l&de 



Consonants Double. 
com m&ne 
com mute 



Lesson xvu^-y like long i.-^Vowels Single. 
^r^ com oU ^^ «,JI 



con trib ute 
de cA rum 
CO ndn drum 
pro spec tus 
in se c&re 
ji di ca ture 
de cr4p i tude 
en cA mi um 
per i cirdium 
per i crA ni um 

cor rupt 
CO Ms sus 



crys tal 
typ i cal 
nriys ti cal 
s<'n d4 i cal 



com pl;^ 

y like short i. 
sym b51 i cal 
syn tac ti cal 
syn ap ti cal 
pyr a mfd i cal 



de cr;^ 

sys te m4t i cal 
hyp o crit i cal 
an a lyt i cal 
par a lyt i cal 



hr: '"'"■■±^:^' *"-i!i''!i™?'.-ro».^. s.»^/.. 



oapy 

clev y 
can dy 
clAse ly 
strict ly 
cri zy 



com e dy 
cAs to dy 
can did ly 
sec ond ly* 
ac tive ly 



c6n stant ly 



di r^ct Iv 
c6n tu me Iv 
am 1 ca bly 
con cli sive ly 
COD SIS tent ly 
re spec tiv* ly 



com pa ny 
c5l o ny 
cal um ny 
ca'i o py 
cav al ry 

^ — ,^ cred i bly 

pro spSc tiv6 ly re sp^c ta bly con vh ni ent Iv 

a cad e my con sid er ate ly com p^r a ti vely 

par tic « lar ly con sid er a bly 
Lesson xix — Consonants Double. 
16 cal ly cran bcr ry cbm i cal ly 

c|r nal h cor r^ct ly crit i cal ly 

c8m mon ly* cor rupt ly crim i nal ly 
cur rent ly r^d i cal ly c6m mon al ty* 
col lee tivc ly po 1/t i cal ly an a t6m i cni 

con tm u al iv ns tm nkm i ,.oi )», a: _ -4. _ • ^ 

second syli a=.le. like ^hort u. f i first njllable, lojig. 



e cin o my 

Cdlly 
car ry 
cur ry 
clam my 



! 



r ^'^'•—''oweis Single. 
cus torn a rv* v^ «lk i 

secondary* Jo c&b u la ry 

y car a vSn sa rv 

Consonants Double. ^ 

co„si,,o/y contlV-'y 

de clam a tor v ^^ll^'" "" ^ 

de clar a tor y^ .'^'l f„ "l" «»' y 
_, "* J' m tro due tor v 

"' 3 com msn Ja (nr v •— ^ , ' 

„, . Lesson xx,r.-In itv T ^ 11 *"" "*" •*« «0' Ml 

cu pid i ty ?!! !?' «*.' »y '■ 



c4v i ty 
cur vi ty 
va ok i^ty 
I io c4l i ty 
vo cal i ty 
car nal i ty 
ca lam i ty 
con cav i ty 



due til i ty 
ac tir i ty 
cap tiv i ty 
de div i ty 
ere di Vi ty 
se cu ri ty 
a Jde ri ty 



con ti nil i ty 
cred i bil i ty 
ca pa bil 1 ty 
cu ri 6s i ty 
in ere di li ty 
me di 8c ri ty 

- ... ri IV P^ ^^^ .'' ^r i ty 

re spec ta bfl i ty ^ n«^ ^ ?*:*^ -^ «» bil i ty 

fcom pat i bil i tv ^ ^^" "^^^ " J^r i ty 

in cred i bil i ty^ / " ^"'^ P^} i ^il i ty 

y im prac ti ca bil i ty 

commodity ^^"*''«««^* ^''t.^/^. ^ 

cotp mi ni ty ^"""^ '"^ "» ca bfl i ty 

LBS.O. j,,^i„ ,, an J zerr?:::ri ^^' ^^ 

,Ci- joc6s;^'^^^^^^^%t^ ^'^^^^^ 

re cliise con dense 

com pose Ha 



e clip^.g 



c8m pro raise 
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rate, far, fall, fat, what— me, raet, her, they— pine, pin, stir, shire, firm— 



Cri er 
cl^v er 
cov er 
cim ber 
cum ber 
car der 
cAt ler 
cor ner 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 

C sounded like k, before a, o, u, /, r, and ^ 

Lesson xxix.—^e, in er, like short u.— Vowels Single 



ci per 
ca ter 
c^n ter 
cir ter 
c]6 ver 
cir ver 
c4v ern 
c8v ert 



cus torn er* 
cSl an der 
c6r c ner 
c^r pen ter 
c^n is ter 
con sid er 
re cov er 
un cov er 



Oc tA ber 
4n cdm ber 
re cor der 
com pi ler 
CO pirt ner 
de c4n ter 
con tri ver 
CO ri 4n der 



Consonants Double. 
c6p per cdt ter cltlt ter 

clap per clat ter c6b bier 

^ Lesson xxv.—o, final, like short u Vowels Single. 

Sec end h^c tor spec t£ tor prSs e cu tor 



c4r ri er 
cor rup ter 



car ol 
cus torn 
can ton 
cal dron 
clam or 
can dor 
c6n dor 
ac tor 



rec tor 
vie tor 
d6c tor 
w^l come 
cred i tor 



cri ih ri onf 
com par i son 
con spir h tor 
con trib u tor 
com pAj i tor 



con trac tor 
pro tec tor 
in spec tor 
con due tor 

p^c u la tor ^ 

cum ber some spec u la tor com p4t i tor 
ere A tor cal cu la tor ca lum ni a tor 

die ta tor cul ti va tor multiplied tor 

Consonants Double. 
c4m mon cit ri on col lee tor 

Lesson xxvi — e, in le, final, silent.— Vowels Single. 
Ck ble tr^c ta ble v^ hi cle prac ti ca ble 

cu ti cle 
ir ti cle 
par ti cle 
ti ber cis 
v^n tri cle 

pred i ca ble in c4 pa ble 
am i ca ble pro cu ra ble 
dc.s pi ca bl€ com pu ta bl< 
com bds ti ble in con t4s ta ble 
de struc ti ble in com pat i ble 
con sid er a ble com pre hen si b)* 
fe cov ef a bre in con si der a bic 



c5l lop 



crdm ble 
cr4 die 
can die 
cur die 
plA ca ble 
ca pa ble 
cul pa ble 
ciS. ra ble 
in trac ta ble 
re F,pec ta ble 
con tes ta ble 

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c5n sta ble 
crSd i ble 
man a cle 
mir a cle 
fir a cle 
bir na cle 
sp^c ta cle 
6b sta cle 



cred i ta ble 
tab er na cle 
im pld ca ble 
con su ma ble 
cOv- d^m na ble 



in ere 



d i bl< 



like short u 



im prac ti ca ble i 



com 

1 1, first syllable, 



pre h'-n si 

long. 



Coil 

coy 

cloud 
count 
tou cen 

cow 
cowl 



CIAtm 
cap tain 
cur tain 
Cor sair 



cliy 

cr^^d 
crcvjp 

cr^am 
clean 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Coa^^^ 
C sounded like k, before a, ., u, /, ^, and ^ 

iurrirll cOTuptible tn cor fin ti ble 

«"nck comminicabU ir re cSvVa bU 

0, in on, silent. 

SECTION IV.-Diphthongs.-Con,ona„., 5,„^,e. 
Lesson x.-Proper Diphthongs. ^ 

. ^Vords in which oi occurs. 

""""w /'«'«,«' recoil 
Words in which oy occurs. 

Words m which om occurs, 
out cast re count 

coun ty ca rouse 

'"w'''!;'"* . .^**"» t«r pane i^'iln^Ie "kt 

Words in which ow occurs. ^' 

crowd cow slip cow ard ly* 

Lesson ir.-Improper Diphthongs. 
Words m which at occurs, 
cur titl com plAm 

de claim con tarn 

re clatm con stram 

pro claim com plaint 

crlyont de ciy draw., c4.taw.„ 

de cril ca rIAn 

de creed can teen 

sa, 
c|*«' crAase 

cJ««' cleave 



con join 

cor du roy 

en coun ter 
ren coun ter 



con stritnt 
com plain ant 
con tatn a bl« 
con strain able 



com plki 
ca reer 



Wa con 
dea con 



cash tir 
cap a 



»r like short u. 



cav a liir 
cor de her 



buc a nihs 
car bi m'er 

f like short u. 



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Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 
C sounded like k, before a, o, m, /, r, and /. 
Lesson in.— Improper Diphthongs.— oa, 
cAast cA coa cAal nnin© c5al pit 



Cr<^ak 
c^v cus 
civ 

c86 

GOoI 

C' ip let 

n try cov e tous 
ivbroii? li di crous 
*i^ jp le con vi vous 
c pi oua ci pi ous ly 
r i ri ous cu ri ous ly 



au. 
cAuse way be ciuse 

aw. 
cliw cAw 

00 slender or proper. 
cfi&p ca bfi&se 

coop er CO coon 

Lesson iv. — ou like short w. 
clam or ous 



iu to crat 

crit&l 

pic a r88n 
CO c86n er y 



n ous 



cu t4 ne ous vie t5 

con spic u ous mi ric u lous 
per spic u ous ri die u lous 
con tin u ous car niv o rous 
ca lum ni ous ca lam i tous 
pre cA ri ous con tu mh li ous' 



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cu ri ous cov e tous ly vi ca ri ous* ac ri mo ni ous 
iSECTIO]M V. — Consonants and Vowels Single. 
First c soft, like s, and the second bard, like k, 
^ . cir cum v^lvef re c5p ta cle 

1 ci clc re cip ro cate cir cum ^m bi entf 

cir cum vftntf re cip ro cal en cy clo pk di at 

*•, first syUable, long. f t, before r, like short e. i y, like long ,. 

SECTION yi.— Consonants Single. 

First c hard, like k, last c soft, like s. 

Lesson i. — In ce. — Vowels Single. 

Cdv ic« cor nice con d&ee iJc o ric« 

lu ance. 
con cor dance 
re idc tance 
con tri Vance 
In cnce. 
con d6 lence 
CO he rencc 
con sis tence 
con v4 ni ence 
In ate. 



cum brance 
c&n so nance 
com plJ ance 

ci dence 
ere dence 
cSr pu lence 
c&m pe lence 



en cAm brance 
con tin u ance 
con c6m i tance 

CO tn ci dence 
in c6n ti nence 
in com pe tence 
m con vA ni ence 




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C^ eel 

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con else 



CO in 



CI uent 



ciracy delicacy 
cor net cy in tri ca cy 



Various and Peculiar Suuads of th, ConsonantsT 
First c sounded hard, like k, last c soft, like , 
LpsoN n.~-Voweh Single. 
In el, ede, and ent. ** 
con ddde com piA cent 

In ide, ile, ine, &c. 
rSc on cile c6d i cil 
crlt 1 ci*e crlt i cim 

In cy. 

cAn tu ma cy 
con spir a cy 
. In ancy. 

vA can cy cin ^an cy 

I . In ency. 

I clemency com pld cen cy 
c6m pe ten cy con sfs ten cy 

Lesson in.-ln hy.-Vowels Single. 
^^ pa ci tv -4 

pre cd city Per sp, c4 ci ty 

^ V e lee tri ci ty 

,. . , , In le, e silent. 

CO.. d4 c. Ue eon vf„ ci b!e ,ec o„ cl la b). 

onm r«4 (consonants Double. 

cTren cv c"" '^^ ""^^ ^ -- -^"c. 

Cl^ar a„c6 ^Ton Xl ^"""^''""'^ ^^^^ l""^ ^• 

conceal concealment 

con ciit " ^^^ ^°"^ ^• 

con ce te C T "^'' ^^" <^*^" -«* ^la 

««^ve pre con cezve i„ eon cei va bla 

w . . SECTION Vn. 

Words ,n which u occur both of which are hard, like A, otb«r 

Consonants Single. 



con di civc 
CO in ciMe 

de m^c ra cy 
ar is toe ra cy 

nee ro'man cy 

in c6m pe ten cy 
in con sis ten cy 



P^c cant 
ac cu rate 
sue CO tash 



6c cu pant 
im p^c cant 
ac c8r dant 
In ent. 



ac ci 5ant 
ac cu mu late 
in 4c cu rate 




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Fate, far, fall, fat, what— me, met, her , they— pine, pin, atlr. shire . Arm 



Various and Peculiar SouuJs of the Consonants. 

Cc both soundt-ii like k. 
Lesson ii.— In ish, ive, Sec.-^VowtU Single. 



Sic CH live nc c6m plish 

m6c ca sin to bac co nist 

In o and ord. 
stuc to ac cord 

zSc CO to b4c CO 

In ur, use, &c. 
ac case ac cdrse oc c4r 

In ce, ance, and ancy, last c like s. 



ac ch sa live 
ac cu mu la tive 



si rdc CO 
rao roc CO 



oc c 



Al 



pec can cy 
ac c5r dance 



O 



c cu py' 



6c cu pan cy 
in ic cu ra cy 

ac cliv » ty 
pec ca bll i ty 



ac c^m plice 
kc cu ra cy" 
LxssoN III. — In y. 
pec ca ry 
ac com pa ny 
o, in final syllable, like short «. 
ac c4s torn ac cor di on ac ci mu la to^ 

Other Consonants Double. 
oc cfir rencc ac cbm mo date pec ca dil lo 

Lesson iv — Proper Diphthongs. 
Ac coil ac coun lant mki ac coun ta ble 

ac count ac coun ta ble ic coun ta bil i ty 

Improper Diphthon ;t5. 
ac cl4?*m ac cli vous ac coAp 1^ 

SECTION Nlll.— Consonants and Vowels Single. 
Words tn which cc occur, the first like k, the second like s. 
vkc ci nate sic ci ty ' ac ell er ate 
ac ci dent ac c^p tancc ac ci den tal 
6c ci dent ic cep ta bly oc ci den tal 
oc ci put ac cep ta blc ac cl\ er a tive 

Other Consonants Double. 
sue els serf sue els sive ly in ac els si bk 
sue cess sue ces sive ac ces si ble ac ces si bil i ty 

• y. like long t. f o like short «. 

SECTION IX.— Consonants Single. 
C hard, at the end of words, and before a, a, u, /, r, and t. 
Lesson i. — Vowels Single. 
StA ic crit ie t6n ic pub lie 

stit ic c61 ic top ic pa nic 

ep ic com ic trop ic tu nic 

clin ic con ic ciH bic Irse nic 



Vac cine 
ac c^de 
ac cite 
ac cipt 

ac ciss 



m& sic 
arc tic 
t^c tic 
an tic 



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gtir, shire, Urm 
sonants. 

Ungle. 
sa live 
mu la live 

C CO 
OC CO 



oc ciil< 

u pan cy 
I cu ra cy 

cliv i ty 
s ca bil i ty 

ci mu la to^ 

pec ca dil Io 

coun ta ble 
m ta bil i ty 

' Single. 

Bcond like *. 
0^1 ei' ate 
ci den tal 
ci den tal 
cMera tiv« I 

ic c^s si ble !l 
!es si bil i tyj 

u. 



/, r, and t. 
mh sic 

ara* tin 

tic tic 
an tic 



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PJas tic 

hec tic 

6p tic 

rils tic 

cam brie 

tac tics 
6p tics 
z6 di ac 
ma ni ac 
il ma nac 
tur mer ic 
bish op ric 
li na tic 
h^r e tic 
splen e tic 
'' pil i tic 
pol i tics 

i'u ri tin ic 
ar o mat ic 
dip Io mat ic 
prob le mat ic 
em ble mat ic 
dem o crat ic 
ac a dem ic 
ep i dem ic 
di u ret icf 
jac o bin ic 



Various and Peculiar Sounds ofihTc^., 
C sounded like k, at the enu of word 
Lesson u.— Vowels Single 
net met ic 
CO* met ic 
sa tir ic 



nts. 



t 



^e brA ic 
nio sa ic 
>ro *a ic 
le ro ic 
i til icf 
vol an ic 
bo Ian ic 
a tnii ic 
b ir bar ic 
dra mat ic 
pri* mat ic 
ec stui ic 
en dern i 
po lem ic 
nu mer ic 
po et ic 
e met ic 



tal mud ic 
spaj m6d ic 
car bon ic 
la con ic 
bar mon ic 
iia son ic 
bis tor ic 
nar cot ic 

de spot ic 
e pub lie 

in trin sic 

on tArc tic 

di dac tic 



ro min tic 
bom bas tic* 
sar oas tic 
e las tic 
nrio nas tic 
ec iec tic 

i den ticf 

wia jes tic 

do mes tic 

e clip tic 

he mis tic 

sta.tis tic 

^ cr6s tic 
■ -c trie 

en clit ics 

sta tis tics 
de mi ni ac 



pe dan tic 

Lesson ni.~Voivels Single. 

pe ri 6d ,c bar o met ric 

diabolicf -inelastic 

para bol ic *' * 

ap OS tol ic 
an a torn ic 
bis tri on ic 
nr»e te or ic 
id i ot ic 



di a lee ticf 
ap o plec tic 
ep i lep tic 
cal vin is tic 
id i o mat ic 
ar is to crat ic 
pa tri ot ic an ti spa* m^ die 

Consonants Double. 
sab bat ic me dAl lie ., n 

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iiy per crit ic hy per htl ic 

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r»te, tar, faU. fat,_gbat- me, met, her, tbey-pine, pfn, bUt, shL, fiL- 



Bick 

hack 

jack 

lack 

pack 

rack 

sack 

black 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 
Ck, sounded like fc, and G soft, like; before e, t, and y. 

SECTION X— Consonants Single. 

Ck, or c alone, sounded like k. 

Lessor i. — Vowels Single. 



cUck 

slack 

smack 

snack 

crack 

track 

stack 

beck 



d4ck 

neck 

peck 

speck 

lick 

nick 

pick 

rick 



sick 

tick 

wick 

click 

brick 

prick 

trick 

stick 



b&ck 

duck 

luck 

muck 

suck 

tuck 

cluck 

pluck 



tr&ck 

stuck 

struck 

cSck 

dock 

mock 

pock 

rock 



sAck 
block 
clock 
brock 
crock 
stock 
r&n sack 
lamp black 



n 1 i^^^^l°^ f':T^" ***®-' '^^» ^nd oc£—Vom7t Single. 
Cockide brick ish btrdock wWlock pfn stock 

padlock hemlock 

In J. 
r5ck y mick er y 

Consonants Double. 

sick ness h6l ly bock 
o» "n«ccented, like short w. 
hillock billoclj him mock cis sock his sock 
Lesson hi.— e, in ed, el, and et, like short i 



block ade 
stick y 

b4r rack 
hid dock 



trick ish 
l&ck y 

at tick 



un idck 
crAck er y 

blick ber rv 



Wick ed 
jack et 
pack et 
rack et 

lick er 
pack er 



c&ck le 
tack le 
shack ie 



plick et lick et Idck et 

biuck et wick et pock et 

pick et crick et rock et 

nek eis buck et sock et 
e, in er, unaccented like short u. 

Click er wick er l5ck er 

bick er puck er stick ler 

e and o, unaccented, in te and on, silent. 



m&ck er el 
pick er el 
cdck er el 
pick pock et 

b6ck ler 
hack ster 



dr&io back pte cock 



cAck Ie 
bick on 
reck on 



spick le tickle stickle 

pickle prickle buckle 

sick le trick le suck le 

Improper Dijpthongs. 

Jickey j3ckey hick ney cick aey 

CHAPTER a 

Sounds of the letter G. 
« r. ,1 . SECTION I.— Consonants Single. 
« soft, like ;, before e i, and y, and c hard, beforl a, o, u, L r, and / 

Lesson i.—V(yweU Single. 
pAge xvige birge gin b&lee 

rage stage large gist nrg^ 

sage huge gim bilge purge 

, In a, ate, &c. * 

gim i nate mi gis trate 

le gis late* vi gi lant 

ve ge tate ge ni ra 

a gs tate ge ne va 

cogitate deginerate 

* See Note page 77. 



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Age 
cage 

giant 
en rige 
en Urge 

Al OPO Kra 
— _,_ ..,_ 

gen er ate 



re gin er ate 
ges tic u late 
le git i mate 
o ri gi nate 
tra ge di an 



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>in, stir, shire, finn— 



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ck bl4ck ber rv 



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Gin er «1 

' gi ni al 

nii gi cal 
tra gi cal 
)& gi cal 

col U gi ate 



— : — ~ ^ — --'-irj^L-^ "*"? """ — u ew, crew,— 

Varwus and Peculiar Sounds of the Co^mTnl^ 
G son, like;, before j,, i, and y, and c hard 
Lesson ii.-gtfn aJ.-Foir^/, ^j^./^. 



P& gi nal 
mir gi nal 

s&r gi cal 
an a 16 gi cal 
ge o lo gi cal 



o rl gi nal 

re gi in4n tal* 
In 0*1. 
zo o 1& gi cal 
as tro lo gi cal 
ge o mftt ri cal 



Cotuonanit Double. 
colMgial col II gi an 



ma gis ti ri al* 
ab o rl gi nal 

ge ne a 13 gi cal 
min era lo gi cai , 
ety mo lo gi caJtil 



4 

Ad age 
dam age 
iTian age 
j rav age 
sav age 



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c&b bage 
crib bage 
pil lage 

J Aged 
H gent 



pAr tag« 
pos lage 
bds tage 
6ni brage 
lin e age 
av er age 



Image "cordage 

spin age pJ4 mage 

vw age clr nage 

ham age & «age 

bjn dage do tajje 

bin dage vin tage 

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ni lage pis sa„g 

^'1 lag? cat tage 

steppage pottaie asset 

client hi^i"^""* ^"'»*»^ e mil gent 

Jrfen Jf .'^'^ «" m di gent insurgent 

^^Le8,on y' T- -A -.^V ^^^^ i" «*' li gent 

S eTd '^•■"'" J' 1^^' &c.-.rou,eZ, Sing/e. 



biv er age 
pat ron agej 
par en taire 
her i tage 
ad v&Q tage 
is pi o nage 

vis sal age 
ap pin dage 
as sem blage 



&1 gid 
tur gid 
si gii 
vigil 
&r gU 



gin tile 



I M& gic 

tra gic 
\l6 gic 

gilid 
I" gid 

jlgile 

Idil uge 

Iplpsy 
Igen tly 

jgen try 
Jtra ge dy 
len er gy 

I" Md i ty 

fur gid i t} 

w4ge* 

|?4n der wi ger 
fir«t e and a short. 



mir gin 
di git 
ves tige 
o bilge 
gim i ni** 



m Ue, jne, and ive, i short 
gin u ine di gis tive 
. * in ugo, urn, tc. 

gypsum indulge di vftlge 

In gy» ly, &c. y like long e. 



^f i gin "ge ai o gist 

gin e sis a pol o gist 

gym n&s tic e v4n ge list 
gin er al ize al ge bri ic 
a pdl o gize en er git ic 



prjd i gy 
pro ge ny 
li gi biy 
re gis tiy 
a nil o gy 



ge 6l o gy 

zo ol o gy 

a pol o gy 

no .tol o gy 

as tro] o BY 
Tn Ity. ^' 

vir jfln i tyft 
gen er il i ty 
unaccented, like short i. 
gin et prlv i lege 

e. In er, hke shoi t n. 



a gll i ty 
gen til i ty 



li gis la tive 

ge ri ni urn 

ge 6m e try 
ge ne &1 o gy 
min er a] o gy 
OS te 6l o gy 
et y mol o gy 

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Coin age 
gen t^I 

sift sage* 

pi geon 

M gion 

co6r age* 
gen er ous 
en coir age* 



Fate, far, fall, fit, whft-me . met, hj, thiy-pine, pfn, A, shle . fiLZ 
Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 
G soft, lilf e j, before e, i, and y, and c hard. 
L.E8S0N vi.---€. jn /e, unaccented; silent.— r<wc/, SmgU. 
iT«n tie g4n lie man min age a hie* il i ei ble 

tl tie page je gi ble ve ge la ble ' ' 

., „ Consonants Double. 

il 14 gi ble in i4l li gi ble 

Lesson vii.— Proper Diphthongs.— a 
' voy age 

Improper Diphthongs.— ee. 
*P o gee pir i gee 

ie like long e. 

swge be stige 

au like broad a long. 

tau t&l o gy 

CO like short u. 

sir geon 
to like short u. 

rh gion 
ou like short u. 
ver tt gi nous 
en cour age ment* 
o le 4 gi nous 

Jonsonants Double. — ia like short i. 
mir riaee mir riage a ble in ter mlr riage 

„ . Triphthong lou like short tt. 

pro dl g«>"s re 11 gtous ii tl gious ' sac ri 14 gious 

fci!-C110N 11.— Consonants and Vowels Single. 

ir« • . *°^^' '''*® ^ '^^^^'"^ *» *' ^^^ y* »nd <^ soft like t. 
VI cm age* ri gi cide fir geu cy mi gis tra cy 

dil I gencc & gen cy in dil pence de «4n er a cv 

in dj gence re gen cy vice gi reut le git i ma cy 

* a, unaccented, like short i. 

SECTION UL— Consonants Single. 
G hard, before o, o, tt, /, and r, and at the end of words and syllables 

Lesson i. — Vowels Single. 



di g4s ti ble 

in c6r ri gi ble 
like short i. 

poun dage 

un gen t44I 

be 8*4 g^ 

tau to lA gi cal 

st&r geoD 

re 11 gtbn 

in dl ge i tna 
ho mo g4 ne ous 
het e ro g4 ne ous 



c&r riage 



B4g 

gag 

hag 

lag 

rag 

wag 

Glide 

grade 

gale 

game 

grage 



flhig 

snag 

brag 

drag 

stag 

beg 

gize 

glebe 

glide 

grime 

gripe 



b4g 
leg 

peg 
big 
dig 

j«g 



Ig 



Pl 
rig 

wig 
brig 
sprig 
bug 



d6g 
hug 

jug 
lug 
mug. 



rug 



Lesson ii. — Vowels Single. 



t&g 

plug 

slug 

snug 

drug 

shrug 



b4g 

dog 
hog 
jog 
log 
grog 



grave globe 



gl&me 

grove 

grind 

gold 

g^rb 

gorse 

grib 



gid 

glad 

glflnd 

grand 

gas 

gash 

gasp 



gt&sp 

grant 

glen 

glib 

grim 

grin 

grit 



gilst 


gl&t 


glimpse 


grunt 


grub 


gust 


gush 


G6d 


gum 


got 


grum 


gone 


gun 


glflve 



ords and syllables. 



t&g 

plug 
slug 


h8g 
dog 
hog 


.nug 
Irug 
hrug 


jog 
log 
grog 


'list 
lirnpse 


giat 

grunt 



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J — i T g = — - ._ ; ' --•«» tix, g^ 



Stlg ma 
ddg ma 

gir land 
4gate 

v&l gate 
stag nate 
ml grate 
. rin a gate 
pr5p a gate 
d41 e gate 
ab ne gate 



pa g4 da e nig ma 

o me ga re gi li a 

ttg ate ere nide re gile 

bn g&de de grade en grave 
In ate. 



d4r o gate 
ab ro gate 
sub ju gate 
nav i gate 
lit I gate 
mit i gate 
^b li gate 



In sti gate 
gran u late 
reg u late 
des ig nate 
grav i tate 
em 1 grate 
trans mi grate 



mag ii6 li a 
in sig nia 

re gird 
lit ro grade 

pro m&I gate 
ini preg nate 
v4 ri e gate 
p4r e gri nate 
in ves ti gate 
a mal ga mate 
in vig o rate 



L4gal 
slg nal 
pi gan 
i'. gan 
st&g nant 
prear nant 
\i grant 

grim roar* 
ar ro gate 
sur ro gate 



Lesson iv t„ oT *™"^ /"' ^"^^^ »» vig o ra 

LESSON ,v --In al, am, an, ar and ant-Fcnrefo Single. 



be g&n 
prdd i gal 
mlr tin gal 
In te gral 
an a gram 
dl a gram 
*P i gram 



rig u lar* 
gWb u lar* 
j4 gu lar* 
l\ e gant 
ig no rant 
em i grant 
in dig nant 



Conaonanta D&uhk. 
fl li ate re git ta 

ir n gate ii li gal 

ar ro gant in tir ro gate 



N&t meg 
grav el 
gAs pel 

*?? 
g6d dess 



h^Tt "" ®'* ®** &c.— Fowc/, Single. 



ma 11 g nant 
re pug nant 
di ig o naif 
pen tag o nal 
hep lag o nal 

a gri ri an 

gu ber na tA ri a] 

gram mi riacf 
ir rkg u lar* 
par al Ml o gram 



gth let 
m&g net 
drag net 

I gress 
re gress 



Lesson vi. 
CM like Ig nlte 



gir ment re grftt 
s4g ment llg a ment 
pig ment teg u ment 
Consonants Double. 
t\ gress di gr*ss 

gir ret trans gress 



pti grim 
gib lin 
gir nish 
gri tis 

G&9 sip 

SAgo 
g^s to 



m jke, ism, ive, Scc.^P'owels Single 



ir gu me .It 
gftv em ment| 
in tig u ment 

g3v er nessj 
re eird less 



- . ?5r man dize 6r gan i«m 

brig an tu,e or ga nize ^4] val i«m 
signalize stigmafeze A go ti*m 
gal van ize per i wig dd 
mag net ize pi gan i*m i co list 
Consonants Double. 
pro gris sive trans gris sive in ter r«g a live 
Lesson vii.— In o.—V(ywel, Single 



ig ma tifm 



nig a live 
pur ga live 
an tig o nist 
pre rig a live 
ar gu min ta live 



nh gro 
agA 



grive stone be git 
grind stone mir i gold 

g^SB grAss 

•aflnal.fltt. t along. 



In di go vi ri go" 

lum bi go em bir go 
In one, on, &c. 
vig a bond pin ta gon 
par a gon hep ta gon 

grAt to en grdss 

t first e like short u. 



un der gA 
ren e gi do 

pAl y glot** 
pol y gon** 

al U gro 
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stir, shire, 



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Various and Peculiar Suunds of the Consonants. 

^- hard, before a, o, tt, l, and r, and at the end of words and syllables 

Lesson vm.— In ude, ule, Stc.—Voweh Single. 



Glib ule 
siin ule 



be g6n 
grit 1 tude 



in4g ni tude slg na ture 'as p4r a gus 
lig a ture in gr4t i tude ig no r4 mus 

.ertvely pig ray gri vy bigotry* 

gddly gAry bigamy grand j4 ry 

ig ly glo ry ag o ny !g na min y 

Consonants DouhU. 
p&l ly gtts sy giis sy li gal ly 

gummy grassy gilt ty griv el ly 

In ary. 
grin a ry b&r gla ry va g& ry 

In ory, o like short u. 
na ga tor y p6r ga tor y mi gra to ry 

Consonants Double. 
11 le gor y in ter rbs a tor y 

Lesson ix. — In ity. — Vowels Single. 



mo D&g a my 
ma hoe a ny 
trigonometry 

gll lant ry 
ar ro gam Iv 

dig ni ta ry 

de rig a tor y 



Orlv i ty 
dig nl ty 
gra t& i ty 
le git i ty 
re gal i ty 



gar ri li ty 
Lesson hi. 
Gin der pir ter 
glr ner gri ver 



glim mer 



wig on 
drUv^ on 
jir gon 



glm mon 



vul glr i ty 
glo bds si ty 
in dig ni ty 
ma lig ni ty 
be nig ni ty 

Consonants Dovitle^ 
il le gll ]i ly 
-#, in er, like short tt. — Vmoels 
glm bier glln dera 
gime ster gSv ern 
Consona7its Double. 
g6n ner gilt ter 

0, unaccented, like short u. 
g3r gon big ot gi bi on 

grind son spig ot gflv er nor 

vig or glad some grand ji ror 

Consonants Double. 



in tig ri ty 
am bi g& i ty 
prod i gil i ty 
reg u lar i ty 
mag na nim i ty 

if re gu lir ; ty 
Single. 
wi 



6 on er* 
en gri ver 

git ter 

nlv i ga tor 
in sti ga tor 
reg u la tor 



alii 



gi tor 



gll lop trans gils sor 

«, in le, and eT»,uu»ccented, silent, 
grim ble A gle gAl den glr den er gSv er na bkf 

gir ble bu gl« gir den nlv i ga ble im prig aa h\e 

Consonants Double. 

Gib ble grid die grip pie be git ten 

SECTION IV.— Diphthongs.— Corwonan/* Single. 

l^ESSON I. — Proper Diphthongs. — ou. 

grout grouse 

ow. 
gown growl er 

Improper Diphthongs.— ai. 



brig a 
gren a 
gon do 

Pligttc 

vague 

rogue 

guide 
guile 

gludm 



fH& ri oui 
rl? or ou 
vig or on 



gtdss 



Glrge 

gSrge 

SECTJ 

Cdg 

log 
clr go 



c6n 



Ground 
growl 



a ground 
g&n pow 



eitn 



prkin 



ail 



rvtV ^v 



9h 



griy 
* like short u. 



gam 
ay. 

n6se qa,y 

t e like short u. 



re 



sh 



rice 
[lince 



gig 
gJnip 

tddy 
*o, secon< 



r in. 



'*>»T'.*t'.;»bU'- V 1^ 



8 10 31 
, stir, shire, fir m-j 

looants. 



13 6 6 1 s~ 

no, nor, not, to, good. dov< 



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1 4 "6 7 1 —6 i~r 

-tube, tub, rule. hnll-Cow, craw, fly, system. 



Various and Peculiar Sounds olihe ConsonanlT 



irdsandsyllablesMc hard before a ou T T u " ^^'^^«"^"^^'- 

S«i^& ■ ' ' T *■' * ""^ ^^^ ^"'^ of words and syllables. 



Single. 

e as p&r a gub 

ude ig no ri in us 

mo ndg a my 
ma hoe a ny 
trigonometry 

g&I lant ry 
ar ro gant Iv 

dig ni ta ry 

de rdg a tor y 

•r y 
e. 

ri ty 
g4 i ty 
gil i ty 
lar i ty 
la nim i ty 

gu 14r . ty 

t Single. 
wig on er* 
en gr4 ver 



GI5d 

green 

green* 

gUiam 

brig a dt'^r 
gren a dier 
gon do lier 



■ee. 

agr^ 
jT^d i gree 
a gred inent 



PlAgtt* 

vagt(« 

rogfM 



Lesson ir 
gTUt gran liA 

gree dy a gree 

grand^A degree 

en. 
glian gria »j ^ 

le. oa, ow, and ue. 
gAad g]6w 

goal grow 

goat glow worm* 

Lessow hi.— tt« both silent, c hard. 



leg a t^ 
a grAe a biy 
a gree a bi« 

^gl< 

glhe 
k gu« 
irgu« 



v6g«« 
brogue 
ic logtte 



guide 
guile 

IglMm 



gtti»S 

gull ty 



gMse 
giid 



plA ri ous 
Irl? or ous* 
(▼ig or 008* 

gtiea 



die a logse 
ap o Jugu« 

?p i logfM 

io Itigu rate 
in att gu ral 

<iragUa 



r 



git ter 

n&v i ga tor 
in sti ga tor 
reg u la tor 



al |i gk tor 

gSv er na blcf 
le im prig aa. bit 

be gdt ten 

Single. 
I. 
a ground 

g&n pow 

re 



pro r6gue dim a gog«« 
di a JogM« syn a gogit* 
p4d a gi)g«e cat a logue 

ui and au. 
giuze gitt di ly 

gait dy a« gu ry 

CO proper or slender. 
grMve bride groom glMm y 
00 short. ' 

|!Jb"i' Tif'"'"" ?rantvon,u. 

am big u ous mag nan i nious gram i nt v o rous 
CcnMonanis T>ottble 

SE^IoSr^ ?['^'"^««, gri* dines. ga« di ness 
BJiUliON V.-^C(m3onanla and Vowels Single 

r^r„- ^"^ ^ ^*'"^» ^^^ second soft, like/. 

gS Z!it P^' '^'^'•" ^-« -«" gi?« ™ent 

SECTION Vr fanH "k I ^"^^"Pent re en casement 

■CAg sir 1 r*^ and c hard.--C<,r,.^«„<, a«rf Va,vels SingU. 

r,^ gar iic c5n jii gal cit e gor y con "ri i tv 

ir^ffo 1/"^?*^ Octagon prog nAs ,i cate par e gir ic 

»l. go c4s ti gate mag nit ic co 4g u late cat e glr i cal 

. . ConsonanUi Double. 

bECTlON YU.—Consotmnts and Vowels Single. 
. G hard, and c soft, like a. 
gr.mice ileg.nce grA cer y sa gl ci ty 

SECTION viiT ^"° ''*"''* '^^ P*^? "'^"ce nu ga ci ty 
btC 1 ION Vlir._ Conmnants and Vowele Single 

G hard, before e, i, and y. 

give pirgetf gW er 

gim bal tar geif tl ger 

iog«d dgletf 8iv«„ 

Consonants Double. 

clzzardt giddiness 



xr4ce 
rlince 



Gkt 

gig 
6'mp 

tddv 



begftt 

be ffin 

3 — 

mis giv«» 



o^cond syllable, like short «. f « like short .. 



be gin ner 

} a like short V. 



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1 "3 5 4 & I 4 8 9 1 4 8 !0 11 

Fate, far, fallf fat, what— me, mgt, her, they— pine, pin, stir, 8hii-e. flinv- | 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 

Gg both bard, aad Ng sharp. 

SECTION IX. — gg.--Olher Consonants Single. 

Words in which gg occur both of which ate hard; and e hard. 

Lesson i. — Vowels SinsU. 



Lesson ir. — s 
Dkjf get »t4t7 ger 

brag ger dig ger 



snis? gy 
crag iry 
dreg gy 
sprts; «y 
bu? sry 

"in? Rf 
hdi py 



R&g ged d&^ ged 1^3 sin 
shag ged w4z gish big »'in 
snag ged rig gish pig gin 
crag ged mug gish nAg sin 
leg ged slug gish dr&g sist 

spris ged dftiigish ji? try 
lag geii _ hog gish sbas sy 

in er like short u.~Voweh 
tii:» ser ddij ger 

lu? ser jug ser 

e, rn le, anaccentd, silent.. 
hig gle gSg gle BXrikz sle 

strag gle 9n>og ele hft^ «!« 

Other Consonants Double. 

ag griss r&g ged ncss iitg ged ness 

»g gres sor* eras ged neas d&i ged ness 

Improper Diptnoiigs.— c like *. 

ag grt^e ag grAup ]&g ser head 



sAg gy 
clog gy 
&g gre gate 
ag gra vate 
ag gran dize 
wag ser y 
^■y sran dize menj 
Single. 
h4? sfer 
b6g gler 

eA? gle 
jog gle 

cr^ gt nes* 
slug gish ness 



aggriS 



vance 



B4ng 

hang 

pang 

rang 

sang 

tang 

slang 

sprang 

ding 

king 

S6 mg 
dAing 
mArn ing 
h4v inz 
bri bing 
la ding 
tra ding 
ri ding 
ba king 

ma Irlno 
•■-— — ■■■t3 

ta king 
wa king 



CHAPTER ni.— Sounds of JVg. 

SECTION l—Consoncmts Single. 
Ng, having a single, sharp, and nasal sound/ 
Lesson ir — Vowels Single. 



sing 

wing 

sling 

bring 

sting 

spring 

siring 

bung 

hung 

sung 



sl&ng 

stung 

sprung 

Strang 

lAng 

song 

prong 

strong 

tongs 

)!^n8« 



b4ng ing 
hang ing 
ding ing 
wing ing 
sling ing 
brins ing 
Sling ing 
spring ing 
String ing 
}Ang ing 



hire ling ring let 
dsLr ling kingdom* 
l*>rd ling side long 
wSrld ling Ab long 
St tip ling a Idug 
dump ling be long^ 
uurs ling pro long 
his trin? a inSng 
ham string sprln? y 
tl dingt string y 



n kins 
smo king 
smi ling 
na ming 
ta ming 
di ning 
li ning 
tu ning 
to pins 

m\i\ ninor 

du rins 



Lessoj* II.— Foioefo Single. 



d6 ting 
vo ting 
pa ving 
sa ving 
sha ving 
mi ving 
F'4 bling 
tr&m bling 
stum blic* 
I dlin? 
v41 u ing 
per ish ing 
like short u. 

T-aa 



pib lish in? 
vir nish ing 
Urn it in'4 
vAin it insr 
n&m ber inz 
slum ber ing 
ren dei ing 
hin der ing 
tem per ing 
pi *^ per ins 
in ter mg ^ 
plas ter Ing 



bits ter ins 

mus ter in? 

rav en ing 

4 pen ii>s 

e ven ing 

im bilk ing 

pur su ing 

be lAns in? 

pro Ions inj cAq ning 

pa r4 din? 

pro vi din^f 

re vi ling 



i**n 



BK 



III. 



8 10 
stir, shii'e. 



II 
flinv— I 



)onant9. 

Single. 
rd; and c hard. 

clog gj 

&g s:re gate 

og gra vate 

as: s^ran dixe 

wag srer y 

i^srarrdizemenf 

r Single. 

hi? gfcr 
big gler 

eft? g1« 
jog gle 

crf^ gr nes» 
slug gish ness 

ag-griJ vance 

TVg. 



sound/ 



rtnw let 
king dom* 
side long 
&b long 
a Idtig 
be l«)ng 
pro If>»g 
a inSn? 



ling 
ing 
ling 
d ling 
ling 

ling 
rin? 

strin? spit a? y 
igs sirioi; y 



mi 
in? 

r 

ing 
ing 

ng 
ng 

in<» 

-—3 
? ' 

ing 



bits tei* in? 
ipus ter in? 
rav en ing 
& pen ing 
e ven ing 
ill) b& ing 
pur su ing 
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re DiA ving 
re pro ving 
im pro ving 
a mi zing 
bap ti zing 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 
Mg> having a single, sharp, and nasal sound. 

Re*An,m» • .^^^« in.—Voweh Single. 
Kertming inspiring surprising sa li tine 

?epnr^L"nT''"^ reposing^ de pu ufg 
re jM ning as pi ring lu, po aing jm nu lin^ 
ad m. ring trans pi ring trans po ,ing -^vf v i/ 
respiring retiring amulg ^[IVZg 

^% s? s s ^"^^ « 

bed dim ' SMi li.. ■"™ ™n« run ning hir rinjr ahut tin; 
w«l dZ J?r i'.7 Z; "!"? '™'' " "S •>'" »i»» b!4t t.n/ 

s3'i.iC zrii-nf SiS -p.n.;Ttt 

Lesson vi -PrLr Dinhthnno ^-^ ^V! "'"^ huminingbirdt 
K g„Vl m„ •'^•*'°"S 01.— Con«cwan/» 5tW/e. ' 

S soiling SDoi ino i..;« :„™ -i .®. . 



pro long inj con ning 
n» r4 dins' 

r ■ - - - -_ -7 



pro vi din* 
re vi ling 



Oil ing 
boil ing 

rit'l ing 
sail ing 

s^ ing 
bleed ing 

Ir^d ing 
Jpleod ing 

L4 cing 
ra cing 

cling 
cling 

cfin ning 



soil ing spoil ing join ing 
toil mg broil ing a void ing 

Improper Diphthongs.— a i 



itm ing 
stain ing 

brl^d ing 
keep ing 

splak ing 
deal ing 



re t4il ing 
pre vail ing 

ee. 
sl^p ing 
weep ing 

ea7 
h^ai ing 
mearn ing 



or diin ing 
re main ing 

sli^t ing 
re deem ing 

hiar ing 
year ling 



ad join ing 
pur loin iiig 

re striin ing 
en ter tain ing 



_ -o "•>-«« iii^ }cariing e 

Lemon vii.-c soft, l.ke,.~Fb' els Single. 



lick ing 
>ack ing 



pli cing 
d4n cing 

cl&ng 
eld «ing 

c4p ping 
clap ping 

bl4ck ing 
track ing 



dom i niir ing! 
volun teering*^ 

re trAort ing 
en treat ing 



pr4n cing 
min cing 
e hard, like t. 
c4r ving 
cip y ing b 
ConsoTMnts Double 



en tl cing 
re ce ding 

c5v er ing 
c5ra ing 



c6p |iing 
crip ping 
ek like k. 
tick ing 
wick ing 



c&t ting 
crip pling 

stftck ing 
tack lin? 



tra dA cing 
pro du cing 

in c]& ding 
com pri «ing 

c4n vas sing 
com p4I line 

r4n sack ing 
block 4 ding 




■N, last syllable, like short «. 






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1 •■> i 6 1 -) ii 9 

F*te, tar, f^iU. fn«, what— mn, n.^-t. hn, they- 



1 4 s lu ij 

pln«>. pin, ^tir, shire, fira - 



Various and Pecnliar Sounds of the Consonants. 

iVg sounded as if the g were doubled. 

Lesson viii.— ,G not final, soft, .-^Vowels Single 



de^n er a iiti!<| 
re gen era tinsif 

en grk vin? 
rig u la tin;: 

di gris sing 
trans gressingi 



Gin seng wA jjing fir ging en ri ging 

ri ging 8ta ging pur ging o bli ging 

O, not final, hard, 
ging giving g5*ling gir blinc 

gA ing gilding g4tn bling gardening 

CoMonants Double. 
gr&b bing g&t ting gitt ter ing ui\ lop ing 

gunning glimmering itds sip ing beginning nuusgrt-ssi 
(rgy not final, both of which are hard.— O^Acr Conamanh Single 
Mgging dragging dlggiug plugging strig glini strigclin- 
braggmg beg ging riggine l<5g gins? jusr gling joggling 
SECTION IT.— CwMonan/a Single. 
Words in which the n, being in an a€cei>let1 syllable, and the g hard 
IS pronounced like »g, as if the g were doubte or written twice. Thus, 
man gOy an gler, angle, are pronounced as if written manggo,ane(rler 
anggU. C hard. ®* ' ** ' 

Lesson i.— In ate, ar, est, ish, &c.— Fbwrf* Single. 



LAh gest 
slron gest 
14n gtiid 
an guish 

sin gly 
an gry 
hun gry 

4 

An gle 
dan gle 
jan gle 



l&n guish 
lin guist 
san guine 
man tro 



11 n go 
cdn go 
pon go 
con gre gate 



&n gli can 
an gu Inr* 
sin jja lar* 
c \hn sate 



y like long e, and «, in er, like short «. 



cdn gru ent 
4n gu la ted 
tri &n gu lar*t| 
rec tan gu lar 



In gress 

yo&n ger 
oAn gru ence 



Minge 
range 

plftngc 
in fe\ 
Ida cent 

hi n ere 
sinse 



lin ger idn ^er &n gler 

hun ger siron ger jan gler 

cAn ger niSn ger man gler 

Lesson li.— e, in U, silent.-— TottW Single. 

mingle strAn ^le tingle triangle 

tangle din gle shin cle 

span gle jin gle sprin gle 

bran gle min cic bun gle 

Consonants Double. 
c5n giess iin guid ness 

Improper Diphthong; ou like short w. 
yo&n gest clAn eous 

c soft, like s, before c and i. 
in eli cite 4n gli ci»m 

SECTION IM.^Consmanta SingU. 
Ng having a flat sound, like w/, and c hard. 
Lesson i — In ange and al. — Vowels Sinsle. 



b&n gler 
an gri ly 
stran gu ry 



the tan gle 
en tin e'j 
inter mInglJ 



sin gle nes 
&n gu lous 
s&r cin gle 



stringe e stringe 

de range con se ni al 

In encje, el, ent, &c. 
pftn gent re vinee 

l5z enee l6n gi ilude 

a vAnge con tin sent 

In inge, ic, and ine. 
llnge en gine 

fringe ' un hinse 

f, Ia4 syllable, t!at. 



an gil i cal 
ev an gjl i cal 

as irin gent 
re strin gent 
de lingc ment 

fm plnse 
an g&l ic 



■i s Iv 11 
n, utir, f=hire, firm — 



wdla Single. 

?an c&n era ent 
in gu la ted 
tri in jfu lar*t| 
rectan<>;a lar 




'3 5 6 - -^ -. 

Vunuus ana Peeuiia.- Sounds of the Con7o-„-^„;.~-'^^" 
N, sounded like sharp ng, and Dg like j 
Lesson ir.-In er, j^ and le.-Vou^els SingU. 

hirbineer ro v4„ ger if, ge nA i ty 
en dan cor lAr, gi bl« tangibllitv 
a vhn ger lo„ gAy i ly ^on le nillt iv 
Consonanta Double ^ ^ * *^ 

p4s sen ger mis sen ger vS'r rin lypr «» i 

en gi neer din "pr oikj ^i 

CHAPTER IV '^^"^"'•''"''y 



DAn ger 
man ger 
rnn ger 

ar rAnge 
pon gdA 



sirAn ger 
man gy 
siln gy 



Words m winch », in a monosvlhhio / !. ' 
.mediately follovi'ea by k or c TS l^aa „ 11" ""'T'^l 'y"«b'«' i'"- 
"ke sharp «g, as if /hard we'rwr tten aaTr^ir^^T?'^ T1 ^°'^"^' 
are pronouncea as if written bang!, ungkle ' *""*' '*'*'^^' 

SECTION I.-n foll(,wed by fc _A^,. , „. 

LEssnv , r/^ 7-~-f-'^'*onan/« Single. 



BAnk 

hank 

lank 

rank 

sank 

tank 



shAnk 
blank 
plank 
drank 
prank 
shrank 
Lesson ir. 
TAnk ard 



Ink 

kink 

link 

mink 

pink 

tink 



shrink 
Slink 
•slunk 
spunk 
drunk 
trunk 



shr&nk 
hunks 

Inkstand 
bank rupt 
em b4nk 
em bank ment 



bAnk er 
hank er 



as trln gent 
re strin gent 
de ilngc ment 



Bidsje 
eriije 

hedge 

sel?tf 
wed>j« 



wlniv 
blink 
slink 
brink 
drink 
„ ,., ^ prink „^„^ 

tinker ankle Itnkll ^P'-^f* bAnk a ble 

link ness .Ank ness jrAnJ. .„ ' 

SPf'TfOivr ir ry aiank en ness 

SECTlOx^ U~Cc»csona,ts and Voweh Single 

can cord r'^ ^^ '• ""<* ' hard. ^^' 

pancreas .AnVt 'X subiZ'r" "'"^ *' ^^ 
syncope incubus ^"^J""*^ ^'v* sane ti men, 

CHAPTER vJc^Zrrnf r?." ''"' ^"' ^ ^i" ^^ 
,% like g soft, ory, and c ^id rhtd'tf'^"'''* ^*"*^^'^- 
'^« pledge drid 'c° I'j^'*".? ''^ °' «' '' «nd r. 



C5i cave 
con clave 
cA« crine 
pane lo 



pledge 

sledg« 

ridgg 

bridge 

budge 

judge 



dridgc 

prud»e 

trudge 

diJdgc 

lodge 

pod?e 







cir trid?e 
par t ridge 
a bridge 
ad judge 
pre judse 
•mis judse 



bidg et 
jndg ment 
Wdg ment 
a brld? ment 
prejudgment 
rais judgment 

dr&d? pp V 

•-- — J 



\Uz 



er 



'long eo. like short 
bl4Jg gon 



a 



brldg 



er 



short 



u. 



cur midg eoa 







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«,*.'•* ^ * * » 4 S 9 t 4 8 To IT 

* ate, lar, f all, fat,jyhat— me, met, her^they— pine, pin, ».tir, »hJie, Aim— 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. ' 

; CHAPTER VI. 

J*^ and its representatives Gh and PA, 

SECTION J.—Consmants Single. 

Words in which/, sinl^e, occurs. 

Lesson i. — Vowels Single. 



FAJe 

flake 

fa lire 

flame 

frame 

fate 

fife 

flie 

fine 

Are 



SAfa 
flo ta 
fe male 
w41 fare 
fii trale 



live 

fro 

froze 

fold 

ford 

five* 

fluke 

fume 

flume 

flute 
Lesson 
un siie 
for sake 
de fame 
in flame 
pro fane 



fir 

farm 

f6v 

fork 

form 

fl&sh 

flask 

fan 

flap 

fat 



flit 

afi 

haft 

raft 

waft 

shaft 

fast 

fed 

fled 

pelf 



fl^sh 

fresh 

fen 

fend 

fret 

heft 

left 

weft 

felt 

flb 



frus trate in Aale 

fill 

flip pant 

Lesson iii.- 
Fi ted 
frish et 
flA ret 
flu em 

f^ll 
flan nel 

Fire side 
Mn fire 
fl nite 
flu id 

fib rile 
fill tile 
fim ine 



II. — In a, 
f3r mal 
f 1 fial 
flo ral 
fa tal 
fes tal 



fl.^h 

frisk 

film 

fin 

flip 

fit 

flit 

frit 

lift 

rift 



sift 

shift 

drift 

fliut 

fist 

turf 

flush 

furl 

fun 

fund 



t&ft 

f&nd 

from 

fop 

oft 

loft 

soft 

font 

frost 

frSnt 



ate, al, &c. — Vowels Single 

fire man fil mi nate be fAre hand 

fed er al 

fes ti val 

in f&r nial 

re fi 3'dl 

re fu tal 



de ftn dant 
in f(5r mant 
in fi ri ate 
in flu in za 
fun da men tal 



sis sa fras 
flo til la 



fll bert 
f6r est 
de find 
a I'resh 

fin nel 
fun nel 



fire arm* 
In fant 
a fir 
abift 
fire man fur mu la .. 
Consomanis Double. 
be till witerfall 

fore stall firry man „u m 

-In ed. el, esh, ent, Scc.—Vowela Single. 
refrish re fil Infidel defilement 

herself bereft filament refinement 
himself foment fun da meat refrish menl 
my self* in fest man i fest in ter fere 
Comonaiits Botible. 
fine ness fdnd ness pro fiss sin ful ness 

frish nes» l3r tress bish ful ness mel llf lu ent 
Lesson iv.— In id, ish, 6cc.~Vowels Single 
flir id fin ish flA rist for bid 

fit id fur nish de file be fit 

selfish fl«5r in de fine refit 
fam ish fl nis re fine un fit 

In He, ine, ite, and ive, j short, 
fts tive dif i nite 

fern i nine in fi nite 

fi vor itef de fkn sive 

Co7iaonants Double, 
frill f5p pish 

„,, , ^ , , LlssoN v.— In old, orm, &c. 

iillnd fold be fAre de A^rm trans f5rm f A 11 o mA] #: ibr'" 

plittorm unfold inform forlorn min i fold here to fArel 
fore bA. le here 6t per form a l5ft it ..i form man i f^s to 

yhke long e. f o like short v. j first o like o- proper. 



a drift 
Un e fit 
f3r mal ist 
fid er al istj 



nil 



in dif i nite 
de fin i tive 
in fin i tive 

{6s sil 



4 » 10 11 

nsonants. ' 



fold here to fArejl 
rm man i f^s toj 
ike 00 proper. 



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103 






W&kc ful 
hale All 
shftina ful 
bane ful 
hate fill 
tas4e tul 

ii!i«e 



Vmrious and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonaau. 
F, single, occurs in the followinj? words. 
Lesson vx.—ln f\x\.~VoweU Smglt. 



wiste ful 
irt ful 
dire ful 
spite ful 
inind ful 
wo ful 

(h rum 



rail 



doleful irt ful 
hope ful hind ful 
tune ful bash ful 
itse ful man ful 
Inn ful lap ful 
iiurm ful help ful 
In uds, use. Sec. 
in fi»e re Ate 

Cmisonanta Double. 

ftlSS 



frit fal 
wish ful 
brim ful 
sin ful 
hart ful 
lust ful 



pit i fal 
d<i ti ful 
plAn ti ful 
Won der ful 
ui mindful 
UQ du ti ful 



re find fir ti tude 



fly 
fry 
def^ 
tli- i ly 
ski i ty 

m6\ li fy 
ir e fy 



T >. ■-"» lUZZ 

Lksson V .1 -In y and ity, y like long i.— Vowels Smele 



r&m i fy 
rat i fy 
strat i fy 
ed i fy 
ver i fy 
vil i fy 

n&l li fy 
rir e fy 



vlv i fy 
m&il i fy 
t^p i fy 
mun di fy 
pi ri fy 
pit ri fy 



vlt ri fy 
fai si fy 
nA ti fy 
\hs ti fy 
stul ti fy 
jus ti fy 



Coiiaonanh DoubU. 
nir ri fy tAr ri fy 

In efy. 
tip e fy tii me fy 



f3r ti fy 
nior ti fy 
im pli fy 
Sim pli fy 
sat is fy 
al ka li fy 
« 

Mr ri fy 
stii pe fy 



Flish y 
fi ry 



Lesson viii -In ly, ty, &c — roi««/, SingU. 
site tv Mftv frA» .« r._ . . * 



be it i fy 
so lid i fy 
la pid i fy 
per s^n i fy 
in dim ni fy 
i den ti fy* 

As si fy 

pA tre fy 



flibby 
iSlly 



sife ty 
ftfty 

mi ly 
fen ny 

Q er y 

ftl on y 



ftm i ly {i al ty 
in fa my In fan try 

flar ry frlp per y 

fop per y but ter flyf 

per fA mer y 
dc /im a tor y 



Wf ly frds ry 
fSr ty bil fry 
Consonant .1 Double. 
fln ny ftr ry 

fun ny fur ry 
In ery. 
fish er y 
In ony and ory, 
prif a tor y 

^fir ?r.!!V,;' {^ri/J ?„'.trv/^i"„i?r'/; 

fallibility infallibility inflammability 

Lesson ix.-e like short i.-VoweU Single. ^ 

FA el fligket filsket 

n, 4, ^ *' '" **■' "naccentert, like thort «. 

^^ Consmantg Double. '^"«cr 

«dder flitter fritter ftr ri er 

^"^■^ f«^»^r flutter ZerZn.. 

unaccented, like short u. """ 



f^on 



t, first cyllable, 




. 4 



r'"' 




!J^!jJiL[^4.^ h*t-me/n>et'her. they-pino. pi.;^. .ti" shir"!., fl " _ 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 
F, single, occurs in the lollowing word^ 
PA M ta ^f f^"'' ^'—^> in '« and en, final, silent. 

.iin bl« tn flc tr6 2en prefer a ble ft vor a ble» 
15a dl« sti fle for da ble pifif it a bU in ftr a bl« 

Consonants Double. 
fil len fl&t ten flim ina ble for bid den 
f4» ten fal li ble frdst bit ten be fill len 



de n na ble 
de ft^n si ble 



lid die 
friz zle 



Foil 
foist 



SECTION U.—Biphthonss.— Consonants Single. 
Le5>son I — Proper Diphthongs oi and ou. 



in Rim ma ble 
in fal li ble 



tin foil 
foi ble 



wiif 
fail 



fikil 
frail 



boun ti ful 
pro lonnd ly 

a fr&id 
re fraia 



% flly 



free 



defriy 



reef 



fleet 



frAak fliam fiar 
hiiif fiif 
Aaf 

FlAw 
fr&ttd 

f&to 
sXhad fast 

hfeif er 



fore sM 
ref er ii 



hoof 

f35r 

flo&r ish 
(a nious 



incc 



fence 



BS 



found foun der frou zy 
fount floun der pro found 
Improper D iphthongs— . ai , 
p4in ful fiint ly 

fail ure frail ty 

ay. 
friy Fri day 

ee. 
fr^ stone friA dom* fifteen 
free hold need ful f^ ble 
ea. 

fiWsl fiar ful fb ai ble fea ai Ml i ty 

ie. ' 

Itild Ciind friend friendship 
oa. 

fial fiam f6am y 

Lesson ii. — ow, like long o. 

Mwn {tr be low 

au. 
fft»It flttl ty de fi4t«d de it«lt 

aw. 
iw ful ]lw ful un liw ful 

ea like short e. 
hriak fast driad ful 

ei, 
ffirfeit 
oo proper or slender. 
wMf fMl ish fire noon fes tMn 

fool spoon fal a iMf af ter noon 

oo short. 
fUt man f66t step filae hood a f63t 

ou like short w. 
n brous flivorous* Infamous fas ttd i ous ne fi rious 
fu nous i4b u lous f4 mous ly fe lA ni ous for tu i tous 
* like short u. 

SECTION I!I.-c soft, like ».—Co»wonan<» Single. 

L.ESSON I.— In ace, ance, and ule.— Vowels Siwg/c. 

preface de Ace defiance vociferate 

sur face fi nincc per fSr mance fa cil i tate 

in ence. i 

~- ence prefer ence In flu ence mu nlf i cence 

ewce m ier encc be nif i cence in ter fA rence 



fire head 
s&r f«it 



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FArce 
fl cet 

ii cile 
fnn cy 



Act 
cleft 
fab ric 

nil cram 
(6 cus 

Crifty 



frin tic 
fus tic 
cilif 

fil CUS 

con fide 



fre nit ic 
fo ren sic 
fan tas tic 

cfim fort* 



1—8 g— g — ;. .^..>.... 105 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. '' 

F, single, occurs in the following words 
en fSn^ "— In orce, ent, Scc.-Voml, Single. 
en ftrce en fAice ment ar itf i cer mu n!f i cent 

de face ment re en force be nef i cent re en fArce ment 
In ice, ide, cy, ity, tec. ™®"* 

benefice dAn tri fice de il cit fa ell i tv 

Consonants Double. • ' 

ftllacy forbtddane. ftn ci ful ly 

flo-mce peaceful fiScf '"'frAn .- - 

frounce . «„ cet fierce Iv S *" l",*^" ^° «=*' ^f '^"s 

SECTiON IV-^S ri ^^ «» "^i* felicitous 

oi:.i.i iuj\ I y.--c hard, like fe.~Con«o»»an/* SiWfe. 

Cr4ft ''"Ti caT"^ '^'^ ate &c.--rou,./. Single. '^' 
fAcal ftbricate «?/'^\ Wndi craft 

Inct.ft,l*l''e'''P «-f^deiate 

cjd fish in fict in fltct 
c3nifit reflect prolific 

i^n^*'^^ '" ^^<5^ fa nat ic 
in us, ide, orin, ive, ice. 

am rise con (3,m de fie live „„.„.„„. 

ben e f4c tor 
e» in /c, final, sHent. 
con fdr ma blc 
Consonmnta Double. 
terrific 
.,,, -Diphthongs. 
loais cap c4r few 

M. r,, "'»'"■•* con Oder a ey 

SECTmvv.^^".,-,""'"'^'' "'lock fiSekle Oek k 

"kl gent ref uce fla ^e u1 r^Mt ^ * I ^ • ? '^ 

.srrTTnivr vtt VT^ , ^^ ^^ S^"* 'ra g 1 i ty 
^^GriON\IL^G hard.— Cmsmmnts Single 

„. ■" — ' *= — ru,xcijr omgie. 

IZr ? I , ?** ^''*"* ^" ^'•^''t fi mi Rate 

^(^^f jJlggL-illg^^ ftt i gate defltfgL 



Ac tor 
c&m for ta ble* 
con Ass 
.'oif con found 



mal e flc tor 
un c5m for ta ble« 
re spjct ful ly 
c&rafrcy counterfeit 



F4g 
fig^ 
fig 






V if 



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Fate, fir, fall, fat, uh8t-n!.^ nu-t, hrr. thV-yinP, pin, ttir, ■'hire"fl,m.- 



Frig ment 
fig ure 
gr4te ful 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 

Fy simple, andj?^ 
Lesson ii.— In ent, ul, ure, Scc.-^Vowels Single. 



fore «A in gaif uans rtg ure for'eAi ful 

for git for a&l un grAte ful fru eal i ty 

for give pre ftg ure re g4rd ful in de ftt i ga bU 

^ 0, unaccented, like short «. 
flig on lai gor ftg ot 

Consonanin Double. 
fliggy f3g gy fdgginess far ri go f(yglveness pftt li fog ger 
Lesson hi.— g hard and c soft, 
fli gran cy cen trtf u gal mag ntfi cent 

fra gran cy mag nif i cence mag nif i cent ly 

e and g both hard, 
mag nif ic significant 
y like long i, in fy, and e like t. 
p4 ci fy s|)ft ci fy 

c and J both hard, 
clr ni fy rtc ti fy frfic 1 

m4g ni fy sig „{ fy ^\i, rj fy 

In ng, sharp and nasal. 
fling fling fit ling fJrst ling 

. n? flat, like »y. 

m frtng« in filnge ment re vengeful 
fif sounded as if the g were doub'e 
finger ftn gle sAn gui fy» flamingo 

n like tig, fallowed by ft. 
flAnk frAnk frAnk lin frAnk ly 

SECTION VllL-F/.-Oihcr Consonants Single. 
Lesson i. — Fowels Single 



FfA g ranee 
grace ful 

neg lict ful 

d&i ci fy 

clAr i fy 
dig ni fy 

(Ang 

fringe 



in sig nif i cant 

a eld i fy 

fy grAl i fy 
e l&c tri fy 

f<ftnd lin«; 

frAn gi ble 



Mlfl 
sniff" 
stiff 
buff* 
huff- 
muff" 
puff" 
bJuff" 



differ 
suf fer 
snuf fera 
Al' fer 

S6f frage 
ef fAce 



gAff- 
graff 



snaff" mAs tiff" dtfform Affluent 

stuff reslitf efforlf diffluent 

ddfl pin tiff offiind different 

lip staff dAn druff affdrd diffident 
distaff 3ffal affrfint daffodil 

tariff offset effAve buffalo 

sheriff h&ffish suffuse effisive 
mid riff muf fin re b&ff dif fu sive ' 
In er, y, and le. 
mifflc wAfflg tiffany 
ruffle stiffen offtnder 
shuffle aff;^ Affable 

snuffle sifler er sufferablc . 
Lesson ii.— c and g soft.— Fowe^ Single. 
sifferance Affluence diffidence of (hi cent 
5t fice dif fe-r ence " ' 

. « . * « 'ind g hard 

c&ff coffin car fer 

gruff hAnd cuff afflict 



ffer 



pr3 
bAffle 
raf fle 
snaffle 



of filn sive 
ef fem i nate 
in dif fer ent 
ef fli vi um 
un der shfer iff 

af fi dA vit 
in of fin sive 

'd&p u ty sher iS 

ef frSn ter y 
af ftn i ty 
in ef fa ble 
af fa bll i ty 



ef fi gy 



iffi 



cer 



van III 



ill - /T* 



caitiff enfeoff feoff ih- 
* y like long 



Improper Diphthongs, 
/^olTment c6f fee 



s&f fo cate 
diffi cult 



ef fic tivf 
difficulty 



i9K 



en i^off ment 
? o like short 



buf mn 
buf fMn er y 



^^■^er^'^.fi^^ 0^^ 



. ?~a"mi-gov''iifariSfet'-vvy^<>»,je<i ' 



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1 3 3 ti 7 8 i 4 ti ~t i 6 

no, nor, not, to, good, dove— tube, tub, rule, bull— d ew, crev, i . 

Various and Peculiar sounds of the Consonant;!. 

Gh and Ph sounded like/. 

SECTION lX.—CmsoHants Single md Diphthongs, 

Gh sounded like /. — c hard and ng sharp. 

NoTB — GA is al ways pi ecedeu by a Diphthonp, when sounded like/ 

Littuh drittghl's man diiasflu horse roJi^h draw e no6«h 



cjttgh 
■troajrh 
lo&gh 
cloueh 



rough cast llxtsrh er rough ly 

rough draught laugh ter tough ly 

hdrse laugh laugh ing rough en 
roigh shod 



Hugh ing ly 
laugh a ble 
hdSp ing cough 
wi ter ing trough 



1 

E pha 
s&l phate 
ser aph 
phan ta«m 
ir phan 



ro&sh drew tough en 

Catisonants Double. 

roigh ness to&gh ness 

SECTION Y^.—CoMomnts Single. 
Ph sounded like/. — c and g hard. 
Lesson i. — In ate, al, &c. — Vowels Sivgle. 
ink a phrase pfer i graph triim phani* bi o grip i cal* 
sul phur ale iii6n o graph e phem e ra atraospher i cal 
cam pho rate sphir i cal so phis ti cate al pha bet i cal 
ep i taph el e phnnt em phat i cnl phil o adph i cal 
par a graph par a phrast pro phet i cal met a phor i cal 
tel e graph met a phrast so phis ti cal paraphr&stical 
p4raphraae ep i graph tri 6m phal* e phem e ral para phernilia 

Lesson ii. — In e, ere, &c. — Vowels Single. 
Sphere p4m plilet At mo sphere il pha bet an tls tro phe 

to phet bias ph^rae hem i sphere ca lis tro plie a j^s tro phe 

In ire, i^m, ize, &c. 
phiz 4 phis s&m phire tfer a phim sir a phine e ph&m e ris 
sdph iam pha sis emphasize aph o rism phi iSs o phize plileL5iomist 
dol phin sdph ist ser a phim em pha sis a pes tro phi^e phi los o phist 

In ic. 
griph ic em phit ic as phil tic tel e griph ic phi lo s6ph ic 
spheric phlegmatic phar i si ic stenographic met a phor ic 
se raph ic pro phet ic par a griph ic at mo spher ic par a pluis tic 

In od, en, &c. 
&ph od phi ros phi e ton s5ph o more phe nfim e non 

In ur, ule, &c. 
sphir ule trl umph s&l phur p!i5.s pho rus as phil turn 

0, unaccented, like short w. 
phin torn si phon cim phor phds phor m&t a phor met a mSr phosc 
Lesson hi. — y like t. — Vowels Single. 
nt'mph zfeph yrf zA o phyte syc o phin tic 

hj-phen physical lym phit ic hydrophAbi nlj: 

ty phus syc o phant met a phy* ics typ o griph i cal 
y like long e. 
sAph is try phy lie ter y ca llg ra phy ste nigra phy 
a pfic ry pha phlebdto my bi &$ ra phy* to pog ra phy 
a poc ry phal e ptph a ny zo eg ra phy horographyl 

y cosmos^ 



Gl^ph 

sylph 

lymph 

trA phy 
phrin «y 
cnl phur 



first y like 



I phy ph 



phy 



8;^m pho ny p3r phyr yf ty p6ar ra plf .' hy drig ra phyj 
I first syllable, long, fy second s yllable, like shortt ^; first ay Uable, i:kB?*>in^ i' 

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Bins ph4 me> 
Vi6i; la, plier* 



phi 16s o pher 
pho torn e ter 



1 *, J 9 i 4 6 10 TI — ' 
-me, met, h e- they—piiie, pin, stir, thire, fiim— 

Various and Peculiar Sounds of the donsonants. ~" 

Ph sounded like/, and Th sharp. 

Lesson iv. — In er. — Vowels Single, 

zo 6g ra pher ste nig ra pher 

cos mog ra pher to pog ra pher 

Conaonants Double.' 

piAph et ess ph^# i cal ly al pha Ut i cal ly phil o s6ph i cal h 

c and g soft. ' 

cl pher phlr ma cy phi 151 o gist phi lAl o gy sphe rt ci ty 
c*n o taph de cl pher pbre nol o gist phre nol o gy phra»e &l o ev 
c hard, and g both hard and soft. "' 

gedgraphyf ge o grAph i calf phren o W gi calj phil oMgi call 
^ Improper Diphthongs. ♦* 

phSasant ci pho ny phir i see bUsphemous sym phA nious 
itt to graph ea ph6n ic pamphlet 4*r am phlb ious sul phu re ous 
*ilong. •f.fkstff-soft. U»ofl. 

CHAPTER VII. 

Sounds ofTti. 
SECTION I.—Cmsanants Singjg. 
Words in which ih has its first or sharp sound.— e hard. 
Lesson i. — Vowels Single. 



thi^b 
moth 
broth 
troth 
th!rd 



third* 

thirst 

doth 

month 

woith 



Th|me slAth thrish pith thin' 

thrive pith hath smith thrush 

throve wlrmth snath width thrum 

ninth north tenth tilth thump 

both thorn depth plinth thrust 

In a, al, an, and anth. 

&m a ranth ca tU dral pa thit i cal le vl a than 

eih i cal a nith e ma me thfid i cal math e mit cal 

u ri thra e thA re al the it ri cal or tho ep i Cal 

In e, em, eth, &c. 

north wist thJr ti eth ip i thet ^„. 

nine ti eth the A rem e l&v enth can th4r ides 
-In ith, ic, ism, &c. — Vowels Single. 



]k the 
s&v eath 



Zi nith 
the ism 
the ist 
&lh ics 
eth nie 
here with 



h&n dredth 

an thein 

Lesson ii.— 
i. the ism 
m4th e sis 
i the ist 
mith o dist 
th^ o rist 
c&th o lie 



ar ith m&t i ca] 
the o ret i cal 
a the is ti cal 

sky en ti eth 



mfcth od* 
thresh old 



plith o ric an tlth e sis 
ath lit ic parenthesis 
pa thet ie a rit i me tic 
ca thir tic math e mit i\:s 
Ar tlio e pist or tho ep ic 
the 5d o lite the o ret ic 
In od, oM, one, &c. 
pithos de thrine thin der bolt • 

be u6ih en throne thun der storm 
jf like I, 
sym pa thize s^b the sis s;^m pa thyt hy pAthesis 
labyiinih amethyst synthetic synthetical ...,_.. 
Le>8on hi.— In y, likejong «, er, Sac—Fowels Single. 
Bis muth pin ther linth ly Ap a thy a cin thus mis in lliro m 
thim bic pith y hjonth Iv lliA o rv i.Al v tho ;•,« .h»n ^A.^ «, /«. 
thrash er third ly thir ty plith or y 5r tho e py po ly in ihm 
thun der ninth ly thirs ty sev cnth ly li thAto my*' a p5ih e ca ry 
jJllJ"^l^^^° ^^ "• t y like abort e. \ gecond y like long e. '•ilong. 



par en thit ic 
mis an thrAp ic 
a the Is tic 
e thi re al ize | 
a nith e ma tizel 
apo thS o sis 

pan th4 on* 
ca th6l i con 

sym pa thit ic 
hy po thet i cal 



phi Ids o pher 
pho torn e ter 

phil o s6ph i cal M 



sym ph6 ni ous 
sal phu re ous 



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siv en teenth 

au Xh6[ i ty 

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13 6 6 7 8 1 ~ 4' ""6 1 1 6 1 i 

no, nor, not, to, good> dove — tube, tub, rule, bull — dew, crew, fly, syst -in 

Various and Peculiar Jj muds of the Consonants. 

Th having its sharp bound. 
Lesson iv. — CansonoMt} Dc^ie. Votud^, Single, 
Thr&U tb&m stall thCiui iniiu in thrill in ihriLll ment 

tlitU pith less thrill dom* wSrlhlessness me thdd i cal iy^ 

thrill >varth less tham muz thirs ti n«s9 ira me tliAd i ral 
Sab bath thin ness thidt tl« pAn ny worth* imme thodica. iy 

Diphthongs.— ou, ea. 
hiath briadth slialth thou «and hial thy south wist 
hcirth heoith threat tbomandth Wealthy south iast 
dAttth wealth south hiaih y threat «n north east 

ee, o4, 00, aw, and ay. 
thru thrAot »Mih thirteen 

oath thito ThAr* day tbir teenth 

ie atid au. 
tht& vish iu tho rize au thin tic 

&tt ihor* iUik ver y au then ti cate . .„ .. 

Lesson v. — c soft, ck like k, and ng sharp. — Voweis Single, 
Thrlc« thAng striugth thrish ing iiogth en lAngih wise 
thtck throng thicket nSth ing strengthen hyacinth 

lingth ji cinth «ome thing thick en not with stind ing 

g soft; e hard, and n like ng sharp, 
litb ar gy the 6t o gy the o lA gi an myth o ]& gi cal 
lethargic inylhologyj theological ornithology 

/single, and g haid. 
thift spind thrift llfm iy forth wllh HI thi ly 

thrift slAihful thrifty itftieih thriftily 

goldsmith friih y fil ihy fortieth me tliig lin 

Cmisoiiants JJotible. 
think less thick ness fU thi ness ihAnk ful ness slAth ful ness 

Impropfcj.- Diphthvoni?s. 
filth thre^ fold lAttr teenth fAiirth ly 

faiih ful flf teenth health ful for tASih 

pk like/. 
li thfig ra phy*» phil in thro pist ti ihdgra pher** 
or thog ra phy phil an thro py liih o giipU ic 

SECTION U.^Consmants Single. 

Th flat, and c and g hard, ng sharp, and/ single. 

Lesson i. — Vowels Single. 



thing 

think 
think 

ntth 

tilth 

hlih 



un fiith ful 
uii hialih ful 

phil an thrAp ic 
or tho giiph i cal 



Thhe 

hithe 

lithe 

tithe 

blithe 

thine 

lho«e 

thy 

thin 

that 



thim 
then 
this 
thus 
brdth el 



gith er 
lath er 
rath er 
teth er 
Iftth er 



brdth er 
fi ther 
far ther 
fir tl»er 
ndr thern 
w6r thy 
fith oiti 
blithesome^ 
with stind 



brith ren with er 
llr thest thith er 
cl6 thing fith er 
fir thing moth er 
thire fore smoth er 

Consonants Double 
mftth er less C\ ther less fith om less* un w5r thi ne^ ? nev er the liss 



thpre niff 

_ . -J r 



thy fcilf 
them selves 
there inff 
with in 
with liAid 
there 6fff 
there onff 
there tSi-W 
there b^ff 
6th er wise 



fir ther more 
m&ther wort* 
gith er ing 
li ther Iy 
mSih er ly 
broth er iy 
wor thi ly 
to sitii er 
an flth er 



jin vrnr th" 



* like short u. ifint y like long i. ♦* » long, ft fiist t like long a 



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Fate, f,r, ^1. jTa^wluf-meNnej! h«l the^-pii*. pin, rti?, «hire, Am- 

Various and Peculiar sounds of the iConsinant^T^^ " 

Sounds of the Prefix IHs. 
Lesson ii.— Improper Diphthongs, 
pilth ee Idath somef be ntoth h^ then i»m fl ther in law 
leath cr hea then with dilw br&th er hood mflth er in lau 
leoth er ao^lh ern biathenish un der n«aih brother in laW 
CHAPTER VIII. 
Sounds of the Prefix Dm. 
«r , . ,.. SECTION l-CmsomrUs Singh, 
.♦^1°"..""'''*''^ '»""'**' preftxdM, is sharp and hissing, having 
either the primary or secondary accent on it, or being followed by 
an accented syUable beginning with a a sharp consonant. ^1 

Lbsson i.—VoweU Single. 

dis tim per dis em blrk dis in hftr it 
dis pA »er 



Dis tant 

dis tiste 
dis po«e 
dis pute 
dis pirt 
dis idit 
dis plint 
dis psl 



dis p&nd 
dis tend 
dis pense 
dis til 
dis turb 
dis trust 
dis pu tant 
dis [il sal 



dis plr it 
dis trib ute 
dis u nlte 
pre dis pose 
dis a buse 
dis re pute 



dis pu ta ble dis im bid y 
dis plr it ed dis en 4 ble 
dis trib u tive dis pin sa tor y 
dis pen sa ry in dis pu ta ble 
dis par i ly dis a Ml i ty 

in dis pen sa bly 
in dis pen sa bl< 



dis triss 
dis sent 



dis siver 
dis til ler 



dis si pate dis sen ter 
dis so lute dis sem ble 
Lesson i.- 
Dls trict 



dis c5m fit 
dis cov er 
dis c&tn ber 
dis cur sive 
«dis trust lul 
dis cdl orf 
dis com foftf 



dis pA sa ble 
dispensable 
Consonants Double. 

dis pos siss dis so lu ble dis im bit ter 
dis ap pr^ve dis sim i nate in dis so lu bly 
dis si pa ted dis sim 1 lar* in dis so lu ble 
dis so lute ly dis til ler y dis simi 14r i ty 
and g hard,/ single, and th sharp.— Vowels Single. 
dis cr4d it dis ft vorf dis crlm i nate 

dis in cUne 
dis en throne 
dis re g&rd 
dis in j%ct 
dis re spect 
dis con tent 
disconsolate 
Consonants Double. 
dis c&s sive dis c&s ser dis com mide 
dis tress ful dis in thrill dis con nicl 
Lesson hi — Imroper Diphthongs, 
dis pHy dis criiily dis e sl^m dis con tin ue 
dis Rleose dis heir ten in dis creet ly dis a grW ment 
dis course dis a grM dis o b&y dis a gree a bid 

Consonants Dot»6/e.— Diphthongs m and ea. ~ 
dis ap point dis ap point ment dis ap p^r 

•4 ... ,. , osoft, like., and g like/, 

dis ci phne dis i^r agef dis o biige dis ad vin taget 

dis tftr banc€ dis cl pl^ dis pir use ment J dis ci plin 4 ri an 

J- • .,.■** pronounced as if the g were double, 
dis lln g iish dis Un guish a ble dis en ti.i gle 

« "ke ng, and c hard. 
. i-r^ J' Itnc tive dis llnct ly in dis tlnct in dis tlnct 

g like short u. f o, last syllable, like sho rt u. U. In age, like sh >rt u 



dis cl^e 
dis cird 
dis trict 
dis lo cate 
dis ere pant 
dis cdr dant 
dis fig ure 



dis c&ss 
dis sect 

Dis c]4»m 
dis train 
dis tratnt 



dis cdm fit ure 
dis cov er y 
dis re spict ful 
dis en cum ber 
dis crlm i native 
dis cred i ta bk 
in dis crlm i nat 

dis tr&st ful n«ssl 
dis sat is lie toi 



I HI. 



4 8 10 U 
[^ stir, n hirc; firm- 

Dsonants. 



s. 

am (l therinlaw 
iood mdth er in lau 
uih broth er in laiO' 



id hisflinff, having 
being followed by 
lonant. 

dis in hir it 
dis itn bdJ y 
dis en 4 ble 
■ dia pin sa tor y 
in dis pu ta ble 
dis a Ml i ty 
in dis pen sa biy 
in dis pen sa ble 

dis im bit ter 
I in dis so lu bIy 
in dis so lu ble 
dis simi ]4r i ty 
-Voweb Single. 
dis crtm i nate 
dis cfini fit are 
dis cov er y 
dis re spict ful 
dis en cum ber 
dis crtm i na tiv<i 
dis cred i ta ble 
in dis criminal 

dis tr&st All n«ssj 
dis sat is fie toi 

dis con tin ue 
dis a gr^ mentj 
dis a gree a bk| 

I ea. 

Us ap p^r 

lis ad v&n tage| 
ilis ci plin & rian] 

lis en t&.i gle 

in dis tlnct 

I ffjfe, likesh'>rt «• 



T— r 



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Di« nice 
its robe 
di« Irm 
di« bark 



di« mim ber ment 
dis dr der ly 
dis In ter est ed 
dis rep u ta bU 



dis miss 



» » 7 8 14 6 7 1 6 i — 4 

no, nar, not , to, good> djve-tube, tub, rule, bull— dew, c rew. —fly, syatem 

Various and Pecnliar sounds of the Consonants] 
8, in the Prefix Dm, like z^ and the Combination Se 
SECTION II — Cmsovants Single, 
Words in which «, in the prefix dis, is flat like ar, being followed by 
an accented syllable beginning wiih a vowel or aflat consonant. 
Lesson i. — Vowels Single. 
dis bdnd dis bftrse ment di« is ter 
dis mask dis re] ish dis 4 ble 

dis mast dis mem ber dis m&n He 
dis burse dis 6r der dis bur den 

Ctmsonants Double. 
dis mis sal dis In ter est ed neB$ 

n, before «, like ng, dg like j, and e and g hsrd,. 
dw jjnct dis j6nc tive dis 6r ga nize 

dis lAdgc dis June tive ly dis or ga ni zer 

.. « soft, g hard, »nd/«ingle. 

disgrice dis gftst dis g«rge« dis grice ful 

Lesson n. — Proper Diphthongs, 
dis joint dis mount dis loy al dis loy al tv 

Improper Diphthongs. ' ' 

dis miy dis 6wn dis 4s trous dis 4s trous Iv 
f hard and /single. . ^ ' 

dis gttlse dis d4£n ful 

Consonants Double. 
dis gr4ce ful ly dis d4tn ful ly dis loy al Iv 

CHAPTER IX. ^ ' 

Sounds of the Combination 5c. 
SECTION I.—Cotuionants Singlt. 
Words in which sc, followed by a, o, «, /, and r, sounds like $k 
Lesson i.-r-Vowels Single. 



Dis join 
dis d4tn 






Sc41e 

scape 

scrape 

scribe 

scope 

score 

&cold 

sc4r 

scnrp 

stild 

scorn 

sc4b 

scan 

scrap 

scalp 

scr61! 
sc4U 

6C411 

scab bard 
•eab bed 



' F«cond g soft. 



8c4nt 
scrip 
scrimp 
scrub 
scud 
scum 

land scape 
ras cal 
scan dal 
tus can 
seal pel 
sc4r k't 
1r4n script 
pAst script 
sea ly 

8cr4n ne) 
scant ness 
seur ril 
scab by 
scrub by 



8c4nt ly 
scan ty 
scar vy 
scrive ner 
scri per 
sc4m per 
scram ble 
scan tie 
sea ]iide 
e scape 
sea lene 
as cribe 
de scribe 
in scribe 
pre scribe 



pro scribe 
sub scribe 
tran scribe 
ob scare 
de scry 
ab sc^nd 
sc6 ri a 
sc4p u la 
mis ere ant 
scap u larf 
rous cu larf 
es cu lent 
seaa dal ize 
man u script 
mss cu line 



Consotiants Double. 



t4I e scope 
scan ti ly 
scir pi onj 
sc4 la ble 
de scrip tive 
ob scire Jy 
sub scri ber 
am bus c4de 
su per scribe 
e pis CO pal 
scla y^ ni an 
ras c41 i ty 
ob SC& ri ty 
mus CO v4 do 
e pis CO p4 li as 



sc&p per 
scat ter 
scrab bier 
scrib bier 
8c4l lopl 
t th last syllable, flat. 



sciib ble 
scrib ble 
scut tie 
scab bi nest 
se4 11 ness 



sc4n ti BMs 
scur vi aeac 
ffsul ier V 
scam mon y| 
seur rtl i ty 



J 0, unaccepted, Uka »koet «. 



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\anoua and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 

Sounds of the Combinaiion Sc. 
Lmson II.— Proper Diphthongs ou and ow. 



Scour 



scout 



scrUa 
scMp 

sclrf 
sconce 



sclth 



scoun dref 

flc4n da lous 
pro rats cu ous 

«c6 ri fyf 
flcir i fyf 



V!s cid 
ob sc^ne 
as c(nd 



scow scowl 

Improper Dipfthongs. 
scriak scriw ,43 cue 

scream scrawl thr« score* 

scari scA Jing sc3i n fui 

fiscal scintling scrofula 

..^ Improper Diphthong*. 

fAttr score f^^ cue serif n )«„• 

Conscript cascide mfcro scope scSritic sc4v p„ »» 
pnAff a^ ^ W«nd^-«/f both hard. '''^ "* '« «c4v en ger, 

Words ..«^c. „ f„,, ^^ ,, , „., ':„^rke .. 



de scind 
tran scend 
de scent 



scl ence 

scin je 
fas ci nate 



i r4s ci bl«** 
aus cep ti blf 
ev a nis cent 

rem i nls cence 

■ci en ilf ic 
sci en tif i cal 



abscind transcendent 

8c4n er y sus cep five 
as ctn dant re sus ci tate 
. c, alone, like «. 

Iran sc4n dence as cfen den cy 
c, alone, like *, anil/single. 
CO a Itece CO a lis cent 

con de scend con va les cent 
first dike*, last like t. 
concupiscence ^ con va 14s cence 

.. ^(msonants Double. 

ibscew effervftsce cfflortscent 

el flo rtsce ,n,s eel la ny ef ?er ves ce. t 

^ improperDiphthongs. * '^ ^" ceut 

'*sharp. tyllkelSng? t like shorter '^^AX ..liable. , 

CHAPTER X. "^^•^"•"^^'"^ 

Q and Cq. 
Woids in •h.*K n ^P^ l—Consmiants Single. 

Lesson i. — Vbwelg Single. 



Quike 
squire 
qiiite 

qu6 to 
qui drate 
m&s quash 
^ qual 

[qu^ ted 

I sc qv«|' 

qai «t 



qutn tal 
qu&d rat 



squid 
quash 
squash 



squftt 

squirm 

squijt 



quirt qutp squint 
qu*st quit quiz 

squib quilt squib 
Ina, al, ate, &c. 
id e quate mas qwer ide 
«na ,!«.„. *« liquate quotidian 
quidrant requital equestrian 
liquidate unequal equidistant* 

— «. . ^" •**• **' «nt' Ac- 
quit rent re qufet ri qui em 
M queot anhd r.' — -.-. ti " _ - " 
be aukat -«I~i " '""7 " " 'J"^"* "^ 4«»P went 
^ qutet quad ru ped sub se quent e mIv a W 
*MnAi,»h*n > Wd hissing. '"*^ * **"** 



e qua 16 ri al 
equi p5n derate 
e qui lit er al 
e qui pin der ant 

un qui et 
e quip ment 



7 



Ltqa{d 
fsquil id 
mir quis 



squill 

quAII 

quill 

j quoin 
I quoit 



' • C ( 7 g — ' r ■ — " AAti 

he and Cq occur in the followine word« 

re quire re aa\tm a TTt **•"»•*• 

inquire Tq'.Jp J'»ii"»' v.»„.l.„i.„ 

•xiuiw tqnatil. „J?.»h .«'"r»oqui.t 

q"|«ly Abloqiy e„u?,"br7 "''."'"'.'y «lllo,V/ 
quility ,„,,,V,y 'JSli'J,^;'' •^'■""i.'r i».quUiJy 

* qua bl« a„«d m ni- " '*' ""?<^c«'^ted, silent. * ^"* '°*' 

Lesson iv.-— c and ^ ^nft o«j /• . ° ®® 0"»«* in 1 qui tous 
« o quenc. ir^ quen cy rri\J^},y f,^^"^^- J enyi«r mi ty 
Mueduct f„V;r"^ e%^;;7cT T '''' ''^ 

<^nqu.st ciaquer ^e Hn o„Th '^^n q«er a bJe V 



|acqaitnt 
I long. 



»«q"|t acquiring 

ac quire ment ac qui 4scf 

improper Diphthong at. 
ac quitnt ance ac qu4t ed 

«°<IH.?tt«l acqult,a„r 



ac qui 4s cence 
ac qui es cent 

ac quiint inf 

f.-uic.-.ii«,. ,r,riUjr ...,."*?!• "°« 



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Various and Pwnliar Soond. of Ihf Coni„~nii,ii -^-=-- 
^' — » P-eded by .^M, a^od^M, sharp, arrco"lVona„t, by, 
Words m which tc, consonant, preceded by d,,,/, and tt sharn .nH. 

t>Ji,ClION I.—Conamumts Sinrle. 
»r, consonant, preceded bv rf « / »«?« m -i.- 



S\v4le 

twice 

swine 

Iwine 

dwirf 

swarth 

swarm 



thwirt 

swig 

twang 

swam 

twelfth 

swept 

twelvs 



swig 

Iwig 

swinir 

twin 

twit 

swift 

twist 



dwill^ 

swell 

swill 



Swiin 
twain 
sway 



twt^: gen 
swift ness 
dwel ling 



swl nish 
swlv el 
a thwftrt 
un twist 
swin Jy 
swir thy 
swim py 

twit ter 
tw&d die 



twin ly 
swel try 
swel ter 
5win dler 
dwin d]< 
swin die 
twen ti etbi 

swdllen 
swirtliinesjl 
in dwelling I 



sw6ng 

swum 

sw&b 

swan 

swap 

swamp 

dwlr fish 
Consonants Double. 
swil ling twls; gy 
swim ming swag ger 
T„ - n swaggy swim mer twat tfc in Ha- 

•weal swoop t^iizlr, be Uv4n 

Conmumli Double. 
iwMtness swll low iwl fal low 

Worf. in'^';^'?^ 't.-Co^oLuaJVS.SinT'" 

s.alSd'.ii". ^It .o'iarrtls'LlsX"'/:!","^ *'• ™-'. ' 
br_,i„..e.aL..sUaaJJ^'';i^^-l-;^^^^^^ 

dis ue tude su4 sor v 

suav i ty sua si ble 

Consonants Double. 
4s sue tude dis sui ding 

as suige ment as sua sine 

Words, ,n which h is pronounced before w, though written after it 
I • ^ Lesson i. 



Sui sive 
per suide 

dis su&de 
as suage 



per sui ding 
per sua sive 

as sni sive 
dis sua sive 



While 

while 

whine 

white 

whilst 

why 

whilk 
whiflm 



whin 

whence 

whelp 

whet 

whig 

whisic 

whim 

whin 



whip 

whit 

whist 

whiz 

whur 

whit 

Whin yard whim per 

whip lash whia per 



whlo cord 



white wash whip star where dnt 
whitish whiister what iv er 
whale bone whl ten 
whSt stone a while 
whl loin* where byf 
whls ker where isf 

where inf 

where 3lf 



when ev er 
wher iv erf 
overwhilm 
whereupon 
where so ev erf 
overwhelm in§ 






' like short « 



t first e like long n. 



fin geri 



ixle 



-■•^ i»»j?st5.r3=«KiSr»- «^ 



LJIT III. 

n, stir, thire, fiim— 

ISO n a n t8~' 

1«, consonant, by I 

»ndtt aharp, and«, 

th sharp. 

.—■Vowels Single. 
nish twin fy 
»wel try 
awel ter 
$win dier 
dwin dl« 
8 win die 
twen ti eihl 



vd 

iwirt 
twist 
fl ly 
r thy 
mpy 



ter swAllen 
die swirtliinesj' 
ll« in d willing 
Mntt Single. 

tw^ die 

liweei en 

be twiin 

I loto 

thwick 
Single. 

id by a vowel, i^ 

w when preceded 

i.—G soft, and ng 

per sui ding 
per sua sive 

as sui sive 
dis sua sive 

written after it. 

tnd Vowels SingA 

where finf 

what hv er 

when ev er 

wher iv erf 

overwhilm 
whereupon 
where so ev erf 
overwhelm ing 



whWze 
wheat 



whSr tie ber ry 

whip sato 
whiidling 



VW.OU, a„d Peculiar Sound, of „.e cH^Z^, 
A sounded like /w 
•Thlff wwrrer'~;^r"-''"'* ^^i<^-V<^eh Single. 
-Iteness^htS ;J!f SP ^hffV/r ^K ^^M'^ ^>.^^ »>-* 

white lead wheat en Ji'l^Ve^ 

Whip poor will whiffle tree 

CHAPTER Xllf. 

Soundsof the letter JC 

WnrH- .•««!.• °*'CTION I— Consonants s'inek 

Words m which z sounds likp fc* in » ™ "'»»*«• 
ed syllable, or when the accent is on ?hi "onosyl able, or in accent- 
s.n with any consonant excent A a„H . '"''•''*^'^'"*^ «y' «ble, if it be- 
a rowel, or 'at the end of a word! ''^'"^^'"^^^ ^*^«« it begins wiTh 
Lesson i._ln a, ax, ate, &c:- Vowel, 



Ax 

box 

nixt 

text 



ix tra 
lux ate 
b6rax 
iind tax 



Apex 



Sins:ie. 
ex tin u ate 
cjf p4 friate 
ex tira po ral 
« per i min tal 



ex pir i ment 
ex trav a sa ted 
in ex pi di ent 



Ex pldde 
ex plore 



b&x om 
sex ton 



ex priss 
an nex 
im mix 



pioit 



*x tant ix pi ate 
sex tant prAx i mate 
ex pind .Tsix ual 
expanse ex plA rate 
Inex, e], end, ice. 

ex trime ex tn^ ^" P'** « ^ "<^"t 
exDil Tv. . wpense extimpore 
«P»I extent pretext ex |)d di ent 

tix tile be twlxf e"llT'i'> '''^ .. • 

expireixprdie ex nwl. « ^^V^^' intermix 

pro llx lax a t i ^ ex rin IZ " ^m^ '"^* ^^ »*"» P« "« 

admixexyeule S fen ^ LVt'^'r^ ^d' j!**-^ »7 • 

,,;" li «^-?^^^" "^-- 

ix tv '"-.-& ^^^^^'-" ^^^^-^^ 

apopfexy SexfeTilJ r^'*"'*^ hiterodoxy 
'in ok onroJ.?n7o%. « iKo'l^^!^ ^* '^-^P"-^ 
ex ti ri or ix ni a tor v n 

pirallax ex pris sive approximate av lin c- 

appAndix ixillary sexinnilj «» tin siye ness 

bis sex tile max il In rv ^l «t ' ®^ P''^^ »» ^le 

max ,1 {,a n;^ « pen s.ve ness in ix pres si ble 

hoax OT niAo'n .14 . 

OUs 



whir fin ger III « pound six teen 4x Ic tree 

consonant, preceded 



ex tr4 



neous 



.. , --• ••<» 111* WU. 

expliznnble extempori 



pori neous 



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>..l. tl f.f.. f^j>>..L^,V,_4,. 4=t!^jji'^>l .hi'?,, »,'i_ 

Various ...J ('"-"liM ^aat ■ of the Con«,n,i.|,. 
■A iikieka, and A '''f« g* 

HI ~c and g son,/8|ngle, ana /A 8harp.-Pot*e/., .Vm^/t 
rfi flex '^Y cii ai.^ : u^. ' . o'*- 



Lesson 
Fllx 
fix 
flux 
(ix 
sixth 
six pence 
tli6rax 

ex c&ss 



Cn max 
c6m plex 
con vex 
ex ciite 
ex elude 
Ax pli cate 
ex tri cate 
ex e orate 



ri flex '^x cil 

re flux ex crpt 

six fold tnns ig. 

flex ile ^ tho dox 

sixthly aU liutfe 

ex eUe Ax y geu* 

ex cite ftx i gen'e ^^ ^^ 

Consonanta Double. 
ix eel lent «x eel lemj« ex efts sive 4x eel len rr 
Lesson iv.— c and g hard.— Kotwj^ S,Wfe ^ ^'^ 



B^x i bl« 
exclteinpni 
ex pit cit 
ex pli cii ly 
6r tho dox y 
ex f6 li ute 



ex c| ta bl« 
in flix i ble 
sqpc a gis i ma 
flex i bt.' i ty 
in ex p4 -nc« 
ex ci ta bti i ty 



" Pe ri ence in flex i bil i ty 



ix ca vale 
ex pur^ate 
ex ere ment 
lex i conf 
hex a gon 



6x y gon* 
ix e cute 
gal ax y 



com mtx 



excftlpate 4xecrabl« expectorative 
expectant ex cd ri ate extravagantly 
excAsive intixicate exclamatory 
ex cur siye ex pie to rale ex cul pa tor v 
ex irac tive extravagant in ex pli ca ble 
ftxpli cai.ve ex pec to rant in ex tri ca ble 
ex ph ca ble ex clA sive ly par a dix i cal 
ex tn ca ble ex cu «a ble in ex c4 «a ble 
Consonants Double. 
ex clA sive ness ex com m4 ni cate par a d&x i p«i J 
I«n.«opei DiphthonKS.-^ hard and th sham * ' ^*' "^ 

iiu ^ ^ cAax sixteenth ex cliim 

Phe nis ex tin guish ment lex i cog%a pher 

ex ilDct ex tin euish a ble lex i co griphlcal 

q aounded like k, and ng like nj. ^^ ^^^ 
* qui nox 4x qui siti 4x e quie* ix quiaite Iv er nAn». 
. SECTION II.-Ca«,oJ«<, and Srifingfe '*"** 
Words m which x sounds like g^, followed by an accfnt'ed syllable 
„ . beginning witn a vowel. ' 

exT«t !!!i' **'."* ex A berate lux 4 ri ant hex 4m e ter 

. Improper Diphthong ou like short u " ^™ ' "* *>" 

uxArioas lux A ri ous uxAriously ' lux 4 ri ous ly 
4 ^ , , . e soft and/ sinffle. "' 

ex l3 tence lux 4 ri ance ex 4 ber ance ex 3r bi taoce ex 4m pli fv- 
- . . , . c and g hard. ' 

' "sFc4^nvm%f^*''"*'^' «»x4cutort hex 1^ o nal 

TO- «i • ^JSPO^ llt^^oKwrniv^, mnd Fototls Single 

Words in which x sound* like gz, k ^,ved by an accefL syllable 

beginning w- "... 
Ex Mle ex hile ment ex u^ r ex hi la ble 

exh3rt exhibit ex >^i - «, S *-.t . 

Improper Biphthong a.^ \ ^V,. br 4 a Ion ' '^ 



ex hittst 



ex hitis ti ble 



I'.— -tid^^t^^ong »• t e like short tt 



t«««t. 



in ex h&vs ti ble 
**y like long t. 



trivial ilien 
val iant vtz ier 
poniard minion* 
briviat pinion 

binn lan 
biJJ iard« 
brill iant 



Ftl ia] 



— ^— -, .^. ^, UUH— QCTI 

■Hen... p™M*i7„ beTi "for !."„}''> "■" 

. . C'ouonoB/, DmH, ^" • """> PW "OB * tiw, 
P^nn ler dUI inn * 

^'"'?» fr»r„ ,■?""■?" "Ml. ion 

-"""^o" Mil ion mTrf.ir ""•^"lioi, 

c",;;;/ rr" -^ "-^^ «V ""' '"' "■ 

cAurtier bllio,,, ^"PfP?' ^^Phthong i?,!* Wll ian cy 

re Mil iou. <^o^^nts D^lir "^"' P" «d '«" ly| 

« reWlIiously n-rrtj • 

CHAPTER XV. 
tin '^T «'""'» 

''o"' 2J'"-\ «''^" 

""-" ch.p.„ rl';5f,rctp1r'"et''i7 '""Pertr 
CM. el •'"»««"'<^.ui<..h<.rt' "'"'■ ""'"liamberi 

bach 



Wo 



Ch4pe 

chase 

chide 

chive« 

child 



chAke 

Irch 

march 

parch 

starch 



cWp man 
church mail 
church yart^ 

chlld^lilce 
child ish 



»*<* chftm 

«nach ehnmp 

lurch ch«p 

churth chops 

churl birch 

chis Xm ment 
de i4ch meut 
en chant ment 

ch4r ub 
if ti choke 



^11 . 




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"IT 



A U 3 A 6 1489 1 4 8 10 11 

Fate, far, fall, fat, what— me, met, her, they— pine, pin, stir, shire, fltm — 



Various and Peculiar sounds of the Consonants. 

Ch sounded like tsh, and like sh. 
. Lesson hi. — Consonants DoubUt. — Vowels Single. 
CUss cli4t t«l chilly chit ter chilliness 

chili chisle ness cher rjr at t4ch at tioh ment 

Chan nel ilch ness chdp per child ishness chir i ta ble nesil 

Proper Diphthongs, 
pouch vouch slouch chouse vouch er 
Improper Diphthongs. — ai, ee, oa, and au. 
chitn chWr rAoch chtl blain de bluch 

speech chee«e cheek bone un ch4in re pr6ach 
cheek poach chip Iain be seech chAm ber maid 

ea and ou. 
4ach tiach ch4ap chiap ]y ch^ap en 

peach bleach cheat teacli er im plach 
reach preach to&ch preacher treachery 

ey, 00, ie, and ou. 

a chiive ment 



chow der 

ch&m ber lain 
de bittch er 
char i ot ^r* 

trftach er ous 
im pSach menl 
triacherousIiT 



chtm ney child hood a chiive mis chte vous 

Consonants Double. 

chttr less chiap ness ap pr6ach o ver rftach ap pr6ach a ble 

Lesson iv. — c and g soft, and/ single.— Fow>ei» Single. 

Chinee chifge chil ice chim fer chin cer y en fria chi»e 

chife chin eel fran chi«c chir tjer chlrgea ble en francluM meni 
c hard, g and ng soft, s, in dia, sharp, and x like Ars. 



chinge 
ex chinge 

chick chick 



chiflf 

couch 

crouch 

ctoch 



Stlnch 

blinch 

branch 

belch 

bench 

tench 



chil lenge 



dis chirge^ che r& bic 

chdc o late dis frin chise 
ck like k. 
ch&ck chick enf 
Consonants Double. 
chiffy chiffer chif fi n^s 
Diphthongs.— c hard and/ single. 
chi4f ciiief tain ch^r ful 

chiefly chir coal co^ch ^ 

mis chief en cr6ach re prAach ful 
SECTION n.—C(ms<mants Single. 
Words in which ch sounds like sh 
Lesson i. — Vowels Single. 



dis en chint . 
dis frin chise meni 

chick er ch&ck le 



chin eel lor^ 

car tduch 
chin ti cleer 
en cr6ach meoj 



winch 

blench 

drench 

French 

stench 

trench 



milch 

inch 

pinch 

winch 

bunch 

hunch 

Lesson 



l&nch 
munch 
punch 
trench er 
linch pin 
branch y 
II. — Vowels 



b&nch y 
cha mide 
cha rade 
in trinch 
re trench 
ma chTne 
Single. 



chlr la tan 
in trinch menti 
re trench men 
ma chTn ist 
chir la^tan ryl 
ma chfn er yf 



cap u chtn 
chi ci ner y 



c and g hard,/ single, and q like k. 
Flich clinch quinch chi cine 

finch flnch clinch er ga Icche 

Improper Diphthongs, 
chiwe littiich linch eon* trinch eon* ba rfittche chev a liir| 
hiunch criunch punch eon* de bduch deb au ch^ chan de U 

i'o like short u. 
n&n chton stin chi'on mir chion ess 
^0 like short «. t« like short i'. jcsoft. 



chim ber lain 
de blttch er . 
naid char i ot ^r*| 



a chikve ment 



ick er ch&ck 1« | 
Its ch&n eel lor*| 



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1 

Ache chrifin 
scheme chl6 rate 
Christ lilach 



4ch o 
ir chive« 
mis tich 
dis tich 

ch^le 
chyme 



kn arch 
t4 trarch 
F^ chai 
In let 

i poch 

i chor 

cha OS 

chim o mile 

ch6 rus 



Ira ti Christ 
hirp si chord 
bron ehl lis 
an ich ro nitm 

Ir che type 
cha J^b e ate 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 
Ch sounded like fc, and Teh like tah. 
SECTION Ul.^ Consonants Sin^, . 
Words in which ch sounds like fc. 
Lesson i.— In ache, arch, h,e.— Vowel* Singh. 
chism mAn arch ch6 ral pi tri arch or ch«s tra 

tra che a hi e rarch pa rA chi al 
m&cA 1 bate mich i nal patrilrchal 

irt o, o<.fi, *if 

m^cA a nura 

an ar chist 

ttAn ar chist 

mich a nist 
y like i. 

ch^s o lite 

chr^s o pra»e chrys a lis vuo jyu c ■» 

.lAm « !tr*''*u ^' *" ****,*"** T' *"•'' "*=« ''^ort «' »"<! y "ke long «. 
stamaoh lichrymal monarchy hierarchy mon/maehr 
sch«l ar an ar chy hip tar chy mil an chol y bron chotomy 

e, in er, like short ti. 

schemer chronometer 

1.E8SON ir.— c hard, not joined to the h.—VoweU Singh, 

Chrttt ic 84c cha rine me chin ic an Ir chi cal mel an chai ie 

KnV«K«„«i *=*J«*^f!*^ chromatic mo nar chi cal bacchant li an 
bac cha nal, cat e chi*m cha it ic me chin i cal cat e chit i cal 

irnYnir f51*'^.'^'«* scholistic chimerical technicality 
Ar chi lect chil eric chtr ac te r Jze cat e chi men char ac te ris tic 
. LI J . y like short I. 

hyp chdn dn ac hyp o chon drl a cal hyp o chon dri a cism* 

c hard, and g and ng soft, 
chro n6l o ger tech nil o gy ebron o 14 gi cal 
chi r&r ger jrf chro nol o gy tech no lo gi cal 

c and g hard, and ph like/. 
lo gim a chy cho r&g ra phy cho rig ra pher 
chi rog ra pljyf chi rog ra pherf ol i glr chi cal 
Consonants Double. 

me chin i cal ly chi mir i cal ly 

Diphthongs. ' 

ei nuch cit cha rist ich n«& mon 
mlchael mas pin ta l«uch eu cha rls ti cal 
«r 1 • u.rr,. CHAPTER XVI. 

Words in which Teh occurs, sounded like t'sh.— Consonant* and V<neeh 

Single. 
Hun ^ifz lite! c<^!ieT-«^ 
Ktc: tire: C jicr ei ▼» tr e v 
blotch n itci en J oAich er b&tch er y 
notch hatch etj watch er butch erly 
poich iateh ei| bdtch er be witch err 
«i#«i, 14... •*'•«••/».« hard, and/ single. 

Mrt fl^*V^^ ''^^•J' '='^»'=*» "^*«»» pitchfork 

reicn flitch twiteh crutch crotch ett witch fol 

«like«. H^flrj.t^»ylUbjB.lonff. J « lik« .hort ,-. 



arch in gel 
chi r&r gi calf 

im phi braeh 
6\ i gar chy 



tieh ni cal ly 

sclidil tr6 chee 
school boy schdin er 



Bitch ritch dttch 

hatch snatch hitch 

latch etch pitch 

match stretch stitch 

nAtoh ifok _.:»-!. 




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Various and Peculiar Sounds ol' tiie Consonants." 

O sounded like ah. 

CHAPTER XVir. 

C, S, Sc, and T, sounded like »h, 

SECTION I. — Consonants Single. 



1 



«P* cial* mu si cian 
e spe clal op il cian 
ju di thil pa tri cian 






a rith me tt cian 
math e ma ti cian 

1 
»f n cial ly 



n . J 5 ,.. "^^ii'-'i^ J. — consonants HtneU. 

C, sounded like aA, when followed by m, ia ie,io, eou, or um, preceded 

by the accent either Primary or Secondary/as ,0 cm/ ^ Ma/ 
Lesson i.-cfollmved by ia.-Other Vowels Singk - 
SA «.a| pro vln c4al si ci a biy de nin ci ate ^ej u dl cial 

sociable enunciate politician 
e mi ci ate pro vin cial i*m un s6 ci a ble 
de pre ci ate ju di cia ry so ci a Ml i tv 
. .. . Consonants Double. " ^» a rai i ty 

JU dl cially ap prS ci ate as sA ci ale dis s6 ci atet an nA» «: -* 

el4 cial SZy'T"" ^^"'-^ »^"<l'/.in.^le.t„d Harp" "^" '^^ ""'' 
^la ciai ft di cial con sA ci ate su ner ft cinl Ko»\l r« • » 

Grecian fi nin cial artificial ' Vc Iri ciin ^"'.' ^^ '''''y 
gia ci ate tac ti cian ben e fi cial academician 

Consonants Double. 
com mfcr cialj of ft cial of ft ci ate 

I ■« . • . . g soft and j>A like/ ' 

lo gt cian ma gt can phy «t cian met a phy *t cian ee om e trl cian 
Lesson n.-c, followed by ie.-Othir Vowel S^nlTe 
c, not before ie, soft, and /single. 
Spicie Jncient proficient pro ft cieh cr 



NdiD ci o 



■pi cidus 
spe cious 
pri cious 
Vr cious 



e di cious 
te na cious 
ra pa cious 



\i 



coir cion| sus pi cion in terni Tinn ;» «— a 

. c foUowed by the TripWhong "oV "* **' '^'^" ''^ ° 

prfc CIOUS ly ju dl cious te ni cious ly per ti ni cious 

de li CIOUS Yo ra cious ly in ju dl cious 

ma li CIOUS ju dl cious ly av a ri cious 

per ni cous de li. cious ly mer e tri cious 

sus pi cous ma li cious ly avarAciously 

atid CIOUS a trA cious ly per ti ni cious Iv 

c not before iou, hard, and g hard ^ 

pug ni CIOUS sagi cious ly ' con tu mi cious 

ca pa CIOUS ca prt cious ly in ca pa ciW 

pre cA cous per vi ca cious contumaciously 

f 1 . , /s>ngJe»« hard, and f like*. « »"« cious ij 

fugi cious se qui cous lo qui cious fe rA cious ferAciou.lv 

. , Consonants Double. 

8p4 cous ness of ft cious of ft c ous ness of ft cious Iv 

fal ii CIOUS a tro cious ness pre cA cious ness ef fi ci doVs 
o« AX ^'^V^oper Diphthong au like broad a long. "' 

audi COUS aYptcioos a« di cious ly inauspicious 

I A ..««„ K J'S"-!.T!? ^y.".?"'^ tb« Triphthon'g ecu. ** '^' '*'^' 

ceous crus ta ceous far i na ceoug car bo naceou» 



spi cious ly vo ra cious 
spe cious ly vi va cious 



gra cious 
gfa cious ly 
pro ci cious 
sa ga cious 



per ti n4 clous 
rin ju dt cious 
av a ri cious 
mer e tri cious 
avar;. clously 
cr ti nk cious ly^ 



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Vario-iiF^dJ^^ini^rs;7 unds oru.e Consona ntT-"-^^ I 
_ *.-^P» and T, sounded like sh. 

S, sounded Uke ,A, when followed by ea, ia, i^f^; or fofi, preceded 

by the accent imd another » or hv Z „*''"*» ^'^^'^®"e'» 

. r I^SII^^-- - in^^l^^Sr^^ ^f ^Sl. or he.re 

Jb e Fronunciatlon. as „e.. Berlin. S^'/ljc?'''^^" '^' ^*^ '^' V*"- 

pension re nuision di vu'l s^ i:\:i1lT ZtrZl 
pro pul sion pre hen sion a ver sion 
di men sion re ver sion 
sus pen sion di ver sion 
pre ten sion in ver sion 
Consonants Double 
ap pre hin sion mis ap pre hin sion 

comp6isi;,r^x';j^^r"-;,ff:;ft^-^^ • 

ex pul sion de clen sion ex cur sion tnJt' ''°" 

convulsion extension incursion .n.^ f 1°"' • 

^ , . .c,..H before .blllkeT ^O"" Pre h4n sio n 

as c6n sion „„„ j„ „„* 



ten sion 
mer sion* 
ver sion 
sp/Sn sion 



im pul sion 
a vul sion 
e vul sion 



ab ster sion 
rep re htn sion 
in tersper sion 
an i mad version 



■ 



P4s sion 
mis sion 
pas sion ate 
com pis sion 
pro fes sion 
con fes sion 
e gres sion 
re gres sion 



pro grfts sioA 
di gres sion 
in gres sion 
trans gres sion 
de pres sion 
re pres sion 
im pres sion 



ex prfts sion 
ad mis sion 
o mis sion 
re inJs sion 
per mis sion 
trans mis sion 
sub mis sion 
• per cus sion 



dis cfrs sion 
con cus sion 
mis sion a ry 
com pis sion ate 
pro fes sion a) 
con gres sion al 
man u mis sion 
in. ter mis sion 



com pres sion . ,,.. ^„, ^.„„ 
. . , Other Consonants Double. 

snP cp!'» "^ * Jff ^'*' -''" '"P P""*^ ^''^'^ «=«»" nils Sion com mis sion en 

Tr4n «:««♦ ^^^*<>^ '"•--* followed hy la, ie, and ion. 

Trin sient con tro v4r sial con tro v&r sial ist dis sin sioua 

».J!.i^ HON III.— 5c lollowed by ie or iou 

lus C.OUS Ij' eon sc.ous ness un con scions ness 
T »«„ 1 4 1-1 ^^*lCTION IV.^Consonants Single. I 

nftp tial im pir tial sol sti tial 



jsen tian 



no vl ti ate 
re 



^ I CIS lltZi 



pen 1 tin tial 
in si ii a \Ae 




1 22 

1 d 3 4 6 

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^^^H ■ *•'!■ 


# 


^■f 1 




^^^^^^^ra^^' 'i '^K 




H4 


■• 


^^^^^1^ ^'^ iJB 




^H^^IS 










': 



1 4 8 9 i 4 8 io n~" 

me, met, her, <h<'y— j ire, yin, htir, yhirc, firin.^ 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of ibe Consonants. 

T sounded like sh. 

I,E8Sox ir.— c hard and/sinsjle. 

CO mi tial in flu ^n tial con fi din tial 

c and g hard, and q like k. 

con se quin tial 

e qui n3c tial 

« like t, and x sharp like k$ 

li chn ti atef 

Consonants Double. 

p&r tial ly es s4n tial im plr tial ly sub stin tial ly con fi din tial Iv 

Words in which t is followed by ie.—q like fc, and a, in dis, sharp." 

pi tient sin tient iin pi tience dis c6 lient I 

quo tient pA tient ly im pa tient im pa tient ly i 

• last l«ke short u. t first i, long, t first ,• like short e, and second c hard, j 

Lesson hi. — / followed by to. — Other Vowels Single 



Cre din tials 

in pri ti ate 
ne go ti ate 

ex pi li ate 



ne u6 ti a tor* 
ne go ti a ble 

cir cum stin tial^ 



N& tion dp tion al pul si tion 

ra tion sii tion er sen sa tion 

sta tion li bi tion* no ta tion 

lo tion pro ba tion po la tion 

mo lion e la tion ro la (ion 

no lion re la tion mu la tion 

po tion pro la tion plan ta lion 

por lion di la tion pri va lion* 

tit tion ob la tion vi bra lion* 

min tiun trans la tion pros Ira lion in ven tion 

6p tion dam na tion de pie lion de «er tion 

ri ti o do na tion re pie lion 

no tion al lu na tion e mo tion 

ni tion al o ra tion pro mo lion 

ra tion al du ra tion de vo tion 

Lesson iv. 

Slip u li tion 
pop u la tion 



pro pAr lion 
ab lu tion 
so lu tion 
di lu lion 
a bdr tion 
ab sorp tion 
de tin tion 
re ten tion 
pre ven tion 



in ser tion 
tu i tionf 
am bi tion 
tra di tion 



e dt tion 
se di tion 
ren di tion 
ven di tion 
per di tion 
vo li tion 
mo ni tion 
mu ni tion 
pc si tion 
den ti tion 
nu tri tion 
ab rup tion 
di rup tion 
a d6p tion 
pro pAr tion ate 



De vA tion al 
pro por tion al 
in tin tion al 
tra di tion al 
pi;p bi tion er 
pe tl lion er 
iin e i tion 
per me a tion 
val u a tion 
sin u a tion 
lib era tion 
ven er a tion 
mod er a lion 
tol er a tion 
op er a tion 
nu mer a tion 
des per a tion 
i.e di « lii 11 
spo li a tioa 
* first 1 long 



de vi i tion 
ru in a tion:|; 
rep ro ba tion 
per tur ba tion 
dep re da tion 
des u da tion 
trep i da lion 
em en da tion 
in un da tion 
de bar ka tion 
em bar ka tion 
de mar ka tion 
lev e la tion 
des o la lion 
vi o Ip- tion* 
in £0 la tion 
em u la lion 
trib u iii (ion 
siin u ia tion 



t Sp.o Note pa.^e 77 



am bu la tion 
mu ti la tion 
ven ti la (ion 
in hu ma tion 
an i ma lion 
sub li ma tion 
es ti ma tion 
in ti ma tion 
em a na tion 
del o na tion 
in to na tion 
sem i na tion. 
div i na tion 
dom i na lion 
nom i na lion 
or di na •ion 
ru mi na tionf 



des ti ni tioa 
u «ur pa tion 
iep a ra tion 
Sep a ra tion 
prep a ra tion 
ad o ra tion 
per o ra tion 
res to ra tion 
dep u ra tion 
ab ju ra tion 
ad ju ra tion 
ad mi ra tion 
in du ra tion 
trans pi ra tion 
res pi ra tion 
sus pi ra tion 
in spi ra tion 
per spi ra tion 
sal u ta tion 



t u like 00 proper. 



con fi din tial 

e gA ti a tor* 
e go ti a ble 

ir cum stin tial^ 



les ti ni tioii 
1 «ur pa tion 
tep a ra tion 
Sep a ra tion 
prep a ra tion 
ad o ra lion 
per o ra tion 
res to ra tion 
iep u ra tion 
ib ju ra tion 
id ju ra tion 
id tni ra tion 
n du ra tion 
rans pi ra tion 
es pi ra tion 
lus pi ra tion 
n Spi ra tion 
>er spi ra tion 
lai u ta tion 
te 00 proper. 



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Rep u ti lion 
per mu ta tion 
trans 111 u la tion 
am pu ta lion 
im pu ta lion 
liab i ta tion 
med i ta tion 
hea i ta lion 
im i ta tion 
lim i ta lion 
via i ta tion 
pal pi la tion 
iu vi ta tion 
im plan ta tion 
ad ap la tion 
dev as ta tion 



Various and Peculiar bounds ol the Consonants: 
Lesson v.— 2' sounded like ah, 
lam en 14 tion pen e tri tion 



pre« en ta tion 
in den ta lion 
OS ten ta tion 
det cs ta tion 
mol es ta tion 
prot es ta tion 
im por ta lion* 
transportation* 
el e va lion 
ren o va tion 
der i va lion 
en er va tion 
res er va lion 
pres er va tion 
ob aer va tion 



Su per sit tion 
pro hi. tion a ry 
pro por tion a bic 
rev o III tion ize 
ab o 11 tion ist 
de lin e k tion 
in sin u a tion 
re tali a lion 
hu mil i a tion 
re pu di a tion 
in e bri a tion 
de lib er a tion 
re it er a tion 
ob lit er a tion 
re ver ber a tion 



Lesson vi. 
e nu mer i lion 
re mu ner a tion 
vi tu per a lionf 
a dul ler a lion 
di lap i da tion 
in lim i da lion 
in ler po la tion 
ma nip u la tion 
de pop u la lion 
a bom i na lion 
de nom i na tion 
sub or di na tion 
de ter mi na tion 
pre des ti na tion 
e lab o ra tion 



per pe iru lion 
in in is Ira tion 
ar bi tra tion 
dem on stra tion 
ret ri bu lion 
rea o lu tion. 
ev o lu tion 
rev o lu lion 
ab so lu tion 
in vc lu tion 
dim i nu tion 
des ti lu lion 
res ti tu tion 
pros ti tu tion 
in sti tu tion 



sub sii ti tion 
in ler v4n lion 
in tu i tion 
in hi bi tion 
pro hi bi tion 
er u di tion 
ab 6 li tion 
dem o li tion 
ad mo ni lion 
pre mo ni tion 
dep o »i lion 
prep o ai tion 
prop o ai tion 
im po 41 tion 
trans po ai tion 
rep e ti lion 



Nar ri tion 
pol lu lion 
ap por lion 
at f4n tion 
as ser tion ' 
ad di tion 
at tri lion 
ir ra tion al 
ad di tion al 
ap p6r tion ment 
pal li i lion 
ap pro ba tion 



Lesson vii. — Consonanta Dmibit. 



e vap o ri tion 
me li o ra tion 
pre med i ta tion 
in ter pre ta lion 
rep re *en ta tion 
_re al i za tion 
pul ver i za tion 
sol em ni za tion 
ad min is tra tion 
in ter po a\ tion 
rev o 16 tion a ry 
in ter lin e i tion 
de te ri o ra tion 
mis repreaen la lion 
de mor al i za tion 



i:il IIJU la. llUd 

in stal la lion 
ap pel la tion 



sup pu ri tion 
ab er ra lion 
in spis sa tion 
an no la lion 
ir ri ta tion • 
sup plan ta tion 
al tes ta tion 
in no va tion 
il lus tra tion 
in at tin tion 
eb ul li tion 
am mu ni lion 
ap pa ri tion 
ap po a\ tion 
op po a\ tion 
* first long-. 



in ter r6p tion 

in l&n tion al ly 

ad di tion al ly 

at ten u i tion 

as sev er a tion 

al lit er a tion 

im mod er a tion 

an nu mor a tion 

al le vi a lion 

ab bre vi a tion 

ap pro pri a tion 

as sim i la tion 

an ni hi la tionf 

il lu mi na tion 

a9>sas si na tion 
t first I long. 



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Fate, far, fall, ,at, what— me, met, her, thgy— pine, pin, stir, shire, firm- 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 

'T sounded like sh. 

LESsotJ VIII. — c like a, — ConsmanU Single. 

Ci t& lion* in cftp tion man cip4 tion eel e bri tion e man ci p4lion 

de c4p tion per cep lion in ci ta tion in ter c*p tion pre cip i ta tion 

re cep tion ul cer i tion cem en ta tion e lu ci d4 lion civ il i za tion 

Consonants Dmible. 

ces s& tion hal lu ci ni tion 

Lesson ix.—c hard like k.— Consonants Single. 

cin tor lion ob jftc tion tra die tion con dl tion 
re 4c tion sub jec.tion e due tion con tri tion 
in ac tion e lee tion de due tion 
trans ac tion se lee tion re due tion 
de trac tion e rec lion se due tion 
re trac tion di rec tion 



4 

Ac tion 

trac tion 

sec tion 

die tion 

sue lion 

cap tion 

sec tion a! 

ere i tion 

va ca tion 

Jo ca tion 

vo ca tion 

car na tion 

die ta tion 

se ere tion 

con ere tion ab jec tion 

com pie tion in jec lion 



4c tion a ble 
die tion a ry 
con v4n tion a] 



pro due tion con di tion al 

ab due tion prae ti lion er 

in due tion rec re 4 tion 

sub due tion deprecation 

ab strac tion pro spec lion de slruc tion ira pre ca lion! 

tra jec lion in spec tion in slruc tion av o ca tion 



pro trac tion bi sec tion* 
con trac tion de tec tion 
sub trac lion pro tec tion 



Ded i c4 lion 
ab di ca tion 
in di ca tion 
vin di ca lion 
rep li ca lion 
trip li ca tion 
pub li ca tion 
mas li cation 
du pli ca tion 
im pli ca lion 
com pli ca tion 
in cul ca lion 
al ter ca tionf 
pec u la tion 
spec u la tion 
con so la tion 
cal cu la lion 
cu mu la tion 
com pi la tion 
dec la ma tion 
rec la ma tion 
proc ia ma tion 
cor o na tion 



e jec tion pre die tion 
de jec lion in die tion 
re jec lion e vie lion 
pro jec tion con vie tion con coc tion 
re stric tion con ifcn tion 
con stric lion con ven tion 
Lesson x.—c like k. 
crim i n4 tion con se cr4 tion 
lo CO mo tion 
con Iri bu tion 
pros e CU tion 
per se cu tion 



ob slruc lion rev o ca tion 
construction prov o ca tiok 
de c5c lion ad vo ca lion 
in vo oa lion 
con vo ca tioi 
em bro ca tioa 



com bi na tion 
dec li na tion 
rec li na tion 
in cli na lion 



con dem na tion el o cu tion 
con ster na tion con vo lu tion 



con sti pa lion 
dec o ra tion 
dec la ra tion 
cor po ra tion 
con ju ra xion 
con den sa tioj 



con sti lu tion 
in ter jec tion 
pre di lee tion 
in ter sec lion 
ret ro spec tion 
mal e die tion 



com pen sa lion val e die lion 
con ver sa tion ben e die lion 



com pu ta tion 
cap i ta tion 
rec an la lion 
con sul ta tion 
in crus la tion 
cap ti va lion 
cul ti va tion 



con tra die tion 
ju ris die tion 
in ter die tion 
der e lie tion 
in tro due tion 
CO a li tion 
com po si tion 



con tem pla tion com pe ti tion 
* first t long 



t first a short. 



con sti ti tion ^ 
e vac u 4 tion 
con tin u tion 
con sid er a tioi 
CO op er a tion 
ca lum ni a tion 
e rad i ca tion 
pre var 1 ca tier 
ad ju di ca tion 
do mes ti ca lion 
mul ti plica tion 
con sol i da tion 
e jae u la tion 
ar tic u la lion 
re tic u la tion 
ma trie u la tion 
in oc u la tion 
con lam i na tion 
re crim i na lion 
pro eras li na tion 
in cor po ra tion 
de cap i ta tion 
col o ni za tion 



a: 



ac 



II. 



I 10 11 

tir, shire, flrm- 

ants. 



U. 

e man ci pi lion 
pre cip i ta lion 
civ ii i za tioa 

ngh. 

con dl tion 
con tri tion 
&c tion a bl« 
die tiou a ry 
con vAn tion a] 
con di tion al 
prac ti tion er 
rec re & tion 
dep re ca tion 
ira pre ca tion 
av o ca tion 
rev o ca tion 
prov o ca tioii 
ad vo ca lion 
in vo ca tion 
con vo ca tioa 
em bro ca tioR 

I sti t& tion vA 
ac u 4 tion 
I tin u tion 

sid er a tioi 
op er a lion 
lum ni a lion 
id i ca lion 

var i ca tjor 
ju di ca lion 
(lies ti ca lion 
I ti pli ca tion 

sol i da lion 
le u la lion 
tic u ]a lion 
;ic u la lion 

trie u la tion 
)c u la lion 

lam 1 na tion 
:rim i na lion 
eras li na lion 
or po ra tion 
sap i ta tion 
o ni za tion 



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T sounded like »k. 
Lessox xr.— c like fc.—Co/wmanr, DouhU 

col lo cA Hon com ma li tion com mxi eri Mon 

ap ph ca lion com mi nu lion 

sop ph ca lion rec ol 14c lion 

com men da tion re» ur rec tion 

con fltel la lion in sur rec tion 

con sum ma lion in cor rup lion 

m eras sa tion - ■ 



Col \k tion 
eas sa tion 
com mo tion 
at trie tion 
col lee lion 
cor rec tion 
jcor rup tion 



Gen er i tion 
con ge la tion 

gra di lion 
le ga lion 
ne ga tion 
pur ga lion 
Slag na tion 
mi gra tionj 
deg ra da tion 
prop a ga tion 
del e ga tion 
ab ne ga lion 
der o ga tioa 



ger mi ni lion 
de gen er a lion 
, g and e hard, 
prorogition gran u li tion 



ab ro ga tion 
con ju ga tioa 
sub ju ga tion 
ttav i ga tion 
lit i ga lion 
mil i ga lion 
ob li ga tion 
cas li ga tion 
in sti ga tion 



reg u la lion 
im preg na tion 
des ig na tion 
re* ig na tion 
in dig na lion 
gu ber na tion 
grav i la lion 
em i gra tion 



re gen cr i lion 
ges tic u la tioa 

deg lu tl tion 
prog nos li ci lion 
ya ri e ga lion 
in res ii ga tion 
CO ag u la lion 
a mal ga ma tion 
per e gri na tion 
in vig o ra tion 



tran«.r.i "7- " 8" ™en ta tioB 
!•«?!„ -/r?*'°" ^"^ ^^ "^ 2a lion 

^« per er o ga tion 



promulgation rer og nt tion 
Consonants Double 

aggregiiion ag gra vi lion as elom er i tmn ^ i • , 

el on gi lion~To1 o^'^F^.Z^T "" 
ainetion jA^'/S:^ ^^ ^ ^^l^r ^^^ 

N tion in fli tio{"?J'/,c tion* tni^r'^Tf''''t' 
raction fillraiion nerf^tL IL l • defamitjon 

ic tion fru, tra lion Z ko tion — "^^^ """ "" '^"^ «^ '"« ^'^^ 

neiMjR re friction reflection 

actional infraction inflection 

l>rin4 Hon de fee tion in flic tion 



fo li 4 tion 
def al ca tion 
fab ri ca tion 
(^ mi ga tion 



niai jor riia iion 
in lor ma lion 
trans for ma lion 
con for ma tion 



syl lab i ca tion 
com mu ni ca tion 
mis ap pli ca tion 
rec om men da tion 

commemoration 

Lesson xii-lVm/rofr^h. mS. * I'^'V^ ^X ^°^ ^"'^ » ^ tion 
Cir cu li Uon» 'eh cum Jin Ln- ^""^^'^^' '^»«^'^- 

eir cum sp4c lion' 5e dp ro li tZ "' '"'" ^° ^^ *?°"* 

con oftp lion con centritinn i • i • 

cal ci ni tion mis con <Sd t i on '"'" "' ' -^ ^'*"' • 

cc —Both h«rH oS? ^ ^^^ <»" c^l » a tion 

accubiiior °'''re';7piTon""'^"'*''"^'^,-. • 
acclamation accuJatZ oc cul li t.on 

vac cini lion ^^^^^^^.sZnasott ^^^ «"-«'- tion 

vac ci ni Hon ac cep ti Hon ac eel er k Un« 



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* 2 8 4 6 14 8 9 14 8 10 U 

Fate, far, f all, ^t. >yhat— me^met, her, they— pine^ pin, stir, shire, firm- 
Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants! 
T sounded like sh. 
Lesson xv.-/ single, and c and g hard. 

tep e fie tion rat i fi ci tion jus ti fi c4 tion 
tu me fac tion grat i fi ca tion fruc ti fi ca tion 



Prof a r\k tion 
All mi na tion 
per fo ra tion 
deflo ra tion 
fijj u ra tion 
ref u la tion 
|Con fu ta tion 
fer men ta tion 
def la gra tion 
eon ila gra tion 
jar e f4c tion 
lar e fac tion 



stu pe fac tion 
pu tre fac tion 
pet ri fuc lion 
vit ri fac tion 
sat is fac tion 
im per fee tion 
def i ni tion 
con ftc tionary 
con federation 



strati fi cation 
ed i fi ca tion 
veri fi ca tion 
viv i fi ca tion 
mod i fi ca tion 
sig ni H ca tion 
glo ri fi ca tion 
pu ri fi ca tion 
fal si fi ca tion 
ver si fi ca tion 



for ti fi ca tion 
mor ti fi ca tion 
am pli fi ca tion 
aim pli fi ca tion 
pre fig u ra tion 
trans fi^ u ration 
con fig u ra tion 
man i fes ta tion 
be at i fi ca tion 
per son i fi ca tion 



affile tion 
af flic tion 
affection ate 

Lesson xvi.- 
Dis tiSr tion 
dis Irjkc tion 
dis ten tion 
dis ere tion 



nul li fi ci tion 
clas si fi ca tion 
OS si fi ca tion 



dis col o ra tionf 
pre dis po a1 tion 
in dis po si tion 



de i fi ca lion 

Consonants Double 
sut fo ci tion af fee ti tion 
in flam ma tion tor re fiction 

af fir ma tion* raol li fi ca tion „ ^„ .,„ 

-«, in di», -sharp, and c hard. — Consonants Single 
dis lo ci tion dis tri bu tion dis crim i ni tion 
dis pen sa tion dis po si tion 
dis pu ta tion in dis ere tion 
dis pro portion dis cr4 tion a ry 
Consonants Double. 
dis til li tion dis ap pro bi tion 

s double. — Other Consonants Double. 
dis sic tion dis si pi tion dis soli tion dis semini tion dissimulation 
», in di$, flat like z, and n like ng, followed by e hard. 
di»j4nction di» rip tion di«or ga nizi tion 

sc like sk, f sing le, and c hard. 
as crip tion pro scrip tion sub scrip tion cor us ci tion 
de scrip tion in scrip tion con scrip tion ob scu ra tion 

pre scrip tion Iran scrip lion con fis ci tion su per scrip tioii 

sc like 9, flnd/>,jngle. 

OS cil li tion fas ci ni lion re sus ci ti tion 

Lesson xvir. — q like k, *, in dis, sharp, and c hard 



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E qui tion 
quo ta tion 

lax i lion 
tax a tion 
vex a tion 
fix a linn 
lux a tion 
ex ere lion 
ex t3r tion 
ex trie tion 
ex- tine tion} 
ex pi i tion 



ac qui «1 tion e quiv o ci tion 
dis qui si tion qua! i fi ca tion 
X like ks, and c and g hard. 



rel ax i tion 
ex pli ca tion 
ex tri ca tion 
ex pur gn tion 
ex ha la tion 
ex cla ma tion 
ex pla na tion 
ex tir pa tion* 
ex cul pa lion 
ex pira tion 



n. 



ex po ri tion 
ex pec la tion 
ex hor ta tion 
ex por ta lion** 
ex ca va lion 
ex e era tion 
ex e eu tion 
ex pe dt tion 
ex hi bi tion 
ex po si tion 



e qual i zi tion 
disqualification 

ex e cA tion er 
ex ten u i tion 
ex fo li a tion 
ex CO ri a tion 
ex pa tri a tion 
in tox i ca tion 
ex ter mi na tion! 
ex pec to ra tion I 
ex trav a sa tioni 
jux ta po si tion 



ex til li tion 

• first I like short e. 



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^onsonanis Dovhle, 
ap prox i mi tion ex com mu ni ci tion 

. t fir^t like short w. X first n like tig. ** first o long. 



'"2in2I^^LjU^e-iLe, tJb. rSle. bill- dZl^^rV^ 
Lesson ivn/'n'',^!** ' ""** * 'i''^ ^*. 

attc tmn pre du tlon a«t men tr.i„„ ^'^ "*"* *'*»" * ^y 

found! tion a«c tion ^r e lee tio„ li !°" i" "? *^" -"^ «'°" 
.l«r« , . Triphthongs i^ <=«« ter i za t,on 

lac tious in /ic tious pro pi S3 Z n„ i?^^ '''' '^"" »' ""»« 
fractious contentious fac ti t ous oMe^n ,« '""' «« P^rsti tious 
fie tious sen ten tioas fie li t ius ex Le d V'°"* "' ^'" ** ^'^-^ '^ 
. ... caXs oft^ ^^"^'*' expeditiously 

fa cA tious lic4ntfous» *flae, .:„„ - ,. 
,.. . , Co»,onan/.^^""' facetiously 

Ii cto tioua ness* sur rep tl tious os fpTT/- 

^ ^ . CHAPTER xvutiV;": r "' ■"'""""' 

Words in which 5, followed bv lnn» « 1, / 

^-re sire ty Z sul7 Tf '"" *"^ ^ ''^••^• 

c*nsure sdg arf ,Tsu J«rt ^*" f '^'' c4n s-. ra bl« 

ten sure en sire JSre t Vhio f„^*^'""*^! Peninsula 

s4rely Insulate sd^Vr^ Insulated peninsular 

pr^sure 'V"'^- ^--«//^^^^^^^ ^^"-^^^^^• 

fissure asXe '"^ P^-^^ sure com pris sure 

*iir.t,,on,. ^^- tali.^ste^^ ^ ^^ -<1 '7 
iWnrd, • ,, • u CHAPTER XIX.-.5 like zh 

Sui .inn. a bri^ion^ l„%iM"' ^'^°?'.?"d ^ I'^^e Ar,. '"^''• 



Sui sion* 
le sion 
fu sion 
vis ion 
t'& sionf 
e v4 sion 
in va sion 



ad he ,i„„ de 1„ „r" SVJ? ''»" '" «"■ "o"! 



ad he sion 
CO he sion 
e ro sion 
dis plo sion 
ex plo sion 



pre va sion pro fu sion 



de lu sion de Us ion 
per tu sion re vis ion 
con tu sion provision 
se clu sion di vis ion 
pre clu sion mis pris ion 
m clu sion de trfi sionf 

l-cision corr6sion^?'rf7rsL'''^fH • 
|d.ssuasion-diffusion col lu S el/t^a 

decision re els ion ';!^Sf£:^^U ion 
^one chard, the other ,ofl°'* 

cir cum els ion»» 






ex tru sionf 
ob tru sionf 
vis ion a ry 
pro vis ion a] 
di vis ion al 
sub di vis ion al 

ir rls ion 
00 ci sion al 

ex els ion 



* "like IP, consonant. 
f first c hard. 



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1 T 8 4 A 1 4 8 1 4 S 10 

Fate, far, fall, fat, what— me, met, her, they— pine, pin, stir, shire, firm- 



Various and Peculiar Sounds of the Consonants. 

5 like zh ; D like ; and dj ; T like i»h. 

Lesson ii. — Cotisottants and Vowels Single. 

c andg hard,*, indM, s|)arp,/8ini;le, and x likefcs. — s followed by ia. 

Am br& si a am brA si a I mag n^ si. a 

» followed by le. 

bii sler 6 sier h6 sier 

s followed by long v- 

rk sqre & su al da u ist ex pA sure en clA sure c&s u is try 

clo sure c&su al & su ry com posure dis do sure un it su al 

u sure vis u al . u su rer foreclosure c&s u al 1 ty cas u Is tic 

Improper Diphthonjjs. 
leisure plfcosure mfeosurement trftas u rer measurable 

wkas ure treas ure ireos u ry dis plias ure pleas u ra b]« 
Words in which jr has the sound of zn. 
gU zier gr4 zier k zure ski zure tra i)i zi urn 
CHAPTER XX.— D like; or dj. 
SECTION I. — Consonants and Vowels Single. — c soft and/ single, j 
Words in which d has the sound ofj, followed by long m, preceded 
by the accent, aid joined to the nezt syllable. 
Vir dure &n du laie db du rate procedure 

dr'dure in di rate piJin du lum db du ra cy 

Improper Diphthongs. 

fr&tt da lent fr&udulence Irduous pendulous fraudulently 

SECTION II.' — Consonants and Vov^els Single.— c ajid g hard. 
Words in which d has the sound of dj, when it ends an accented syl- 
lable, followed by long u 



Grid u ate 
ed u cate 

cr&d u bus 



in di vid u al 
re aid u a ry 

in crid u lous 



in^d u late 
grid u al ^ 

Improper Diphthongs ou 
crfed u lous ly ^ 
Consonants Double. 
as std u ous as sld u ous ly 

CHAPTER XXI .— T like tah. 
SECTION I.— Consonants Single. 
Words in which / has the sound oftsh, when followed by la or to, pre- 
ceded by the accent and sprx. — t followed by ia. — c soft, and /single. 
Bis tial f&s tian ce lis tial j 

t, followed by to. — c hard, g soft, q like A, and x like ks. \ 

b^s tion in g&s tion am bis tion qles lion a bl« 

ques tion con jes tion com bus tion un q&es tion a bly 

mix lion di ges tion ad mix tion un ques tion a ale 

SECTION li.—Consonantjt^ Single. 

Words in wbich /, followed by long; w, preceded by the accent, has 

the sound of tsh. — c and g hard,/ single, and x like ks. 

Lesson i. — Vowels Single. 

p6s ture mit u rate 
st4t ute mi!t tu al 
ac tu ate 4c tu al 
fliic tu ate nht u ral 
f5r tu nate rll u al 



P&s lule 


tflr tore 


str&c ture 


r&p ture 


f^r tune 


fr4c lure 


cul ture 


nur ture 


stai Uic 


lee ture 


"ul ture 


ves ture 


n4 ture 


pic ture 


ven ture 


tex ture 


fu ture 


stric ture 


rap ture 


mix ture 



mias u ra ble 
pleaa u ra b\e 



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T sounded like hh; and Silent Consonant. 
Lessow n.— Vowels Single. 
«plr it u al ex ])6s lu laie 

nat u ral ize un /3r tu naie 
nat u ral ist im por lu nate 
ag li cul ture 



'fit u lar* 
pet u lant 
dat u lent 
mis fjr tune 
en rip ture 
con jec ture 
de ben ture 
in den ture 
ad ven ture 
i)Ar ti cul ture 



per pit u al 
lia bit u al 
e ven tu al 
con jec lu ral 
con slit u ent 
ad ven tu rer 



ac lu a ry 
Slat u a ry 
in lit u ate 
per pet u^te 
con grat u late 
ca pit u kte 

Cmiaonantu Double. 
nit u ral ly ef ftc tu al 
inii tu al ly ac c4n tu atef un nat u lal 
tc like $k, and c and g soft. 
pis tu rage scitp lu ral 

Diphthong!). 
5^'^ "« im pit u ous 

raj tu rous vo hip tu oua 

vtii, tu rous tern pes tu ous 



man u (Ic ture 
tu mt\ tu a ry 
vo lup tu a ry 
re ca \At u late 
su per nat u ral 
ag ri cul tu ral 
ag ri cul tu rist 
hor ti cul tu rist 
man u lac tu rer 



ill nl ture 



scrip ture 

mois ture 
tia ture 
cre« ture 



ad ven luresomef im pet u 4s i ty 



* alike short u. 



in ef fie tu al 
in tel lee lu al 

pit u lanc« 

tu m&I tu ous 
ad ven tu rous 
tem pes tu ous 
t second c like «. 



Llm6 crimft bomfr 
dwaib lhutnd**di6t 
numd c6iub doubt 

* 2^ vlct uals 

mfis cl« ' Ir bus cic 



be ndmb cir ry eomft 
en i&mb Hon ey coiob 
re (iovbt in dl6t ed 

en diet a ble 
un en diet a ble 



siidt hold er 



t like short v. 
ci »^ CHAPTER XXII. 

Silent Consonants.-See Note page 133, applicable here. 
Lesson i. — J3 silent. 
dUmb ness doufti less 
numfc ness dou6t ful 
idcli iutn* dbi/t orf 
C sik;nt. 
c3r pus cle 
cza ri na 
U4 J 1 tiTi . ^ silent. 

m lyr r'-^" ''"'^'^^'* inolhegm- countersign 

SuL biL*n in" 5' "'^'" '^'"'^'^ paradigm assignment 

llw KrVn ^'"^'' ''^^'"^''- •=*^"*"*^ consignment 

gnaw; i,n , n-gn con .<;ign cam pajgn hi sign cv ar ruicu mem 

po.g nant m d,gn as signar ar ra/g„ s5v er ciJn .e rfio " 
4n s..n con dign pro pugn dl a rf.ragmpoig'na^cy in la^ Z* 
Lesson ir.— // si;^t._/i is never doubled, 
ship Aerd rASm boid rh^t o ric Mes si ah hin or n blvt 
ping hnmll hdn orf rAap so dy Je ho vaA hun or a bllf 

hdn cs ly rAcu mil ic rAe t5r i cal 
Afim ble bee dish6n est r/ti no ce ros 
, 5 . , ,""1 "^o*" oust di* hon orf di« /ton e.i ly 
A3a pi tal -.heh maliam /t6n or a rytrAel orl cianlf 
Cu silent. " 

schis m4t ic sc/ii» mil i cal 

lig.'n flight brlgAi sprlg/tt ciwgAi 

plig/a ivghi plough iaufria 

''^.l^ll'irilliA «at. ft f like «>,. (1 J i.aid 



in sign 
2 

:'^'» 

/'irb W mo:t 

i/iftmb Aim biy 
'i<5n est Aum ble 
^A4r bagc r/tfi batb 

i scMjm 



Aour ly 
ca lirrA 
CO /tSir 



yicAt 



thig/i"* 



n^-'ft 



^slg/i. thong/iJt lia/a Wiir/H 



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* 2J » 4 ft 14 (B 9 1 4 lo n" 

Fate, tu; fall, f»t, wb>t-me. met, her, ther-pme, pin, stir, .hire. Aim- 



Frlught 

boughx 

Xoughi 

8o:«n:At 

brougfit 

Ihuughl* 



Silent Consonants. — Les<on hi — Gk silent. 
Bptighi ly mid nigAt frl/rAi en iight fold hiu^Ati ness 
htgh ness in s«ig:/»t heig/it en Hgh teen ftjgA ti eili* 
ligAt ness liiugA ly titr \ough ncigA borf neigA bor hoodj 
brigAt ness nattgA ty tlu">r (.«gA* de llgAt short slgAtcd 
twi ligAt dattg/i tf r tli5«gAt lul'ar IVigAt de lig/tt Jul 
stir ligAt slaiigA icviig/i ly nl ihongAt al \wgk tv 



H, only, in Ph, silent. 
dlpA ilidrig* dipA tliSn gal*§§ 
tiipA Ihon','* irii'A tlion gRl»^\§ 

IstA mus 



H, only, in Gh, silent. 
birgA gA*r kin gA4sl ly 
gAAsi gA6si ly cAnsi 11 ness 

•PA> boiii silent, n'mJ A, in 7'/t, riltnt. 
;>AIA1« 18 ;;Ai;tl« ic ;/AfA1« i t-ul 4sl/j inu HstA mit Ic 
J i'i never jiilent, and is never doubled. 
Lesson iv. — ^JT silent — K is never doubled except in brickkiln. 
Anick fcn6ll /cnAp suck /cnAa-l eds-C fenlgAt hood /'ore fcndu;! edge 
Jnab fcnee fcnA vish A;nick le ifcnu ver y fculi liny needk 
Anock kaownkadck ingiore fcnAw» nc/cuAujledge acfcndwledgmeiit 

L >*ilent. 
cl/m alive chl/k f6lks dim ly film onf fA6t wa/k be h\lC 
pa/m balk 8ta/k coA/d ca/mnpssiiyk in? i/ mondf em bn/m 
a/ow waik qua/in shou/d side wp/k wa/k ing iU con t&/k a tivt 
-fliissilenljonly intnne niAn ics. iV silent. 

limekiln sAl emn cdl unnn condemn 

brick kiln sol emn ly lu lumn con \hmn 

P silent. 
ihmpt er kmp ly in«« re atimp tive cons&mptlon 
;»sil ter cmp ti ness pre amup tive as sum/; tion 
;>sc4 do ps^i lev y con sump tivesim/^ tu ousir 
re ckipt r45ip ber y re demp tion snmp lu a ryir 
. , _., jj tis 4n pi6m;j li tude pre etnp tion per emptor y 
pvompi ness ex em/>t|| temp lA lion^ ex em;) tionj! con \kinp tu oust 
prom/U ly at tem;?t pncu uiAt ics le »ump tion prcAum/) tuousll 
l)roij}/>t er con tempt as sump sit pre sump tion con iv.iup ti ble 
<i, u never silent, and never doubled. H id never lilent. 8 silent 



psUm 
ihnpt 
prompt 
imp ty 
symp tomf 



[si and 



Chi1s<mas*< 
m6rt gage 
ch^t nut 
whis< lingff 
hdst ler 
cis^ie 



Lesson' V. — T silent. 



nis t\e gr!s ^Jc 
pes ^le bus ^le 
trestle hus/le 
this*/Je* rus tie 
whis /left lis /le 
bris <le thros tk* 



h&s Ten 
chas ten 
fks ten 
lis /eu 
?li3 ten 
chris ten** 



vb count 

3r /en ra sA«/ 
sof ten bink rup/ cy 
mois ten chris /en ing 
de pA/ mis /I* loc 
de hut e pl.s /le 
e c\lt H \i&s tie 



y is silent only in seren ni^At, and is never douMet^. 
TV, consonant, "iient — JV. consouant, is never «l')ul)le. 
MTin wilthet lohAle sale tioS fold wr4n g!e$§ whiilwrigAtff 

wrcnchft tvUt wiist band r/?rdne ly t«ris: nie be wiiy \ 

writ who$e wretched while somjfwrin kle|[|| awry i 

wrist whom ship wreck wri ler wres /le wi&tchedness 

wrAng wriught wning ful in swcr writ ten an siwer a*ble 
X is silent in chevauxdBfrise,(shevodcfrWz), billet doux, (btl ledoo) 
^~— ' ^"never doubled. T never silent. " " ' 




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Lesson i. 




A WALK IN THE COUNTRY 

er some flowers^nd '.^Tehl the^ne fi.^^^ *°,^^^^- 

covered withloliage "'^'"''^^/^^ ^^^^ fields and trees already 

rond'o7theirit^?a\^^^ ^^'« boys are, very 

treated them wth great kindles '^^^^^^ fond of them', anS 

and lovely than harnony love and air ''.""^'^ ''^^^resting 
and sisters! ^' ' ^""^ affection between brother! 

Lyman and Hannah both took ffreat nain<, tn d. *i. • 
vounger brothers everv fhJncr ti, 7^ 7, P^*"?„^o show their two 

and to gathe ^rXenVa arVe Jn^W^^^^^ P'^^*^ ^»^^"^>! 

William, not being a^ustS\o .. 2 ^'''^'^ ^"^^*'^'^- ^^»I<^' 
came much fati-u^d So h^ .n/V ^' ^T'"'"^ ^^^"'^ion, be- 

|seli-.w*ile Lymantas tki^"Ltr« Z'Z,^'^'^ '" ^est him- 
withwhich Uiey werrlcli Tl^aied '^^^^^^' "^^"^ ^^'^ ^^««nor, 



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- THE ELEPHANT. 

The elephant is a native of Asia and Africa. He is the larg- 
est, the strongest, the most sagacious, and the most docile, of all 
wild animals. His usual height is from eight to to twelve or 
fourteen feet. 

The color of the elephant is nearly black : his eyes, which are 
very small, are lively, bright, and expressive ; his ears are broail, 
and long, in proportion to his body. 

The elephant has two long tusks, thicker towards the head 
ithan a stout man's arm, and a trunk, passing down between the 
'tu!?ks, which he can contract or lengthen as he pleases, or as 
need requires. This trunk is as useful to him as our hands are 
to us. With it he can take up the smallest object ; w»*h :t he] 
tates up his food and conr\'eys"it to his mouth ; and, in case ot 
an attack, he fights with it. 

The legs of this stupendous animal arc like columns of from 
twelve to eighteen inches in diameter, and from four to six feel 
high. The feet arc short, and divided into five toes each. Thel 
elephant appears to know more than anj; other brute animal :! 
he is kind to those who treat him well ; but he will hurt or kill 
those who injure him. ^ 

The comnioa food of the elephant is roots, herbs, and leaves ; 
he has no objection, however, to grain and fruit; but he will'l 
not eat either fish or flesh. 



■ ■ '4 



D 



^e is the lars:- 

: docile, of all; 

to twelve or 

es, which are 
ars are broad, 



1 3 o If 7 ti J ~7- : ■ '•'- '"' 

C ^--^---LL'-jj'i-^'.i^i'l^b ull-devv-, ciew-riy. s ystem | 

P A i{ T I VT^ 




CHAPTCU I. 

VERBAL DISTINCTIONS. 



1 

!Fore'ta?te, n. 
O'ver rtoto, n. 
O'ver (A row, n. 
Re'sign, v. 

to rti^n again. 
Re/la, i; n. 
J>u'^inc, n, 

1 
Fore'Wto?/gAt, n. 
Re'forin, v. 
to form anew, 
1 
jDi/gest. n. 
JFore'cast, n. 
iFic'quent, a. 
iO'vfji bal ancc, n 
O'ver turn, ?«, 
|l're'fix, n. 
jPie'fix es, n. p/u. 
iHe'pent, o. 
jlRe'print, n. 
j Research, ». 
3 

|Aws;'ment, «. 

lAj/'i^ust. n. 
liToi'ment, n. 

:4 
|.E-'sny, n. 
riv'sitj/s, n. ;»/«. 
|,K;v'iic, n. ai'da. 

EA'port, „. 



1 

Fore ta.^tp', v. 
O ver flott,/, v, 

O ver throw', v. 
Re siifrif 



Pre'ce dent, n. 
Prel'ude, n. 
Prem'ises, n.ptu. 



vli ^'r ''^' y'^'^- Kec're ate, , 
Re tad', V. * - 

Su pint', a. 

3 

Fore thoughV, pre 

Re form', ». to 

correct, amend. 

4 

Di se*t', ». 

Fore cast', v. 

Frequent', v. 

O ver bal» ancc, v. 

O ver turn', v. 

Pre fix', tr. 

Prefix'ej, ;,rc5. <. 
Re pent', v. 
Re prinf , ». 
Re search', n 

4 
At/g ment', r. 
All gust', a. 
Tor ment', v. 



to amuse' refresh. 
Refuse, n. 

•Mu'name, n. 
Trans'port, n. 
(UnMer rate, n. 
.Up'rigAt, a. and n. 

O'ver charge, n. 
4 

•*»ur'charfre, n 

8 

Bom'bard, n. 

4 
Dib'cord, «, 
E-'cort, n. 
Rec'ord, n. 

5 
Col'Ieajrwe. ». 
Com'mon place, n. 

and a. 
Com'port, n. 



Ex lie', r (:rIikega-)ICon^jne, n. 

II.'i crPa.-e,n. (ulikeln c^eask „. I-- ' "" "•''• '^ 

||"^^l/.n- h. lay, t,; 

Bjlu'ter change, n. Tn t«r o).an<r«/ - 
iiVIiii'ute, «. (M Ilk.; Mi nute', a^"'" 

»hort i.) 
Min'ute ly. „rf. doneMi nuto'ly, ad. 

every minute. exactly. 

|Per'tume, n Per fume', r. 



1 

Pre ce/dent, a. 
Pre lude', r. 
Pre mi' «e», j»re». t. 
Pre sa-<e', r. 
Re ere ate', v, 

to create anew. 
Re fuse', v. 
Sur name', v. 
Trans port', r. 
Un der rate', t>. 
Up rigAt', ad. 

2 
O ver charge', «, 

:< 
Sur charge*, v 

3 
Bom bard', «. 

3 
Dis cord', t>, 
Es cort', V. 
Re cord', », 

1 
Col league', ». 
Com mon jilac*' v. 

Com porf , ». 
Com post', V. 



Com'post, n. com post', v. 

ICan'crete. n. and a Con crete'. • 
('ilikewg.) • ' * 

n'tine, n. 



Prod'uce, «.' 

8 

(.V.r,'j!;re, ,;. 

to practise charms. 
6 

Con'sort, n. 

4 

Ab' ject, g. an d n. 



Con fine', t>. 
Con sols', f,. 
Co ro* nal, a. 
Pro duce', ». 

1 
Con jui'«y, T>. 
to enjoy soleciniy. 

Con sort', ». 

4 
Ab ject', V. 



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Fate far, fall. f,ft, whltt-ml. mt 




tf 9 i "4- J) — j^ 

^'-^' IlL^lIz:"'"^' pin, stir, shire. 



VEftUAL DlSTlXCTIONiJ 
Word, spelled alike, buc -l.fferently 'accented. 

* 1 n 



II 



4 

AwS**- 1 Absent', r. 

Ab/otiac«, n. and a Ab stiact', », 

^f/r''"h "■ Ac ce.it', ; 

'|.''^.^- Affix',; 

^rSrf^'-9^^-ind 

USeS;i\il,er-g-S:';.^of.r- 
sake; n. merit, 
reward. 

Ed trance', v. 

Ex tract', v. 

Fer ment', r. 

Gal lant', n. 

Gal lant'ly, aj. 
like a wooer. 

Im pact', V. 

Im pies*/, t,. 

Im print', t,. 

In cen-e', t>. 



nes^j ; a. solitary. 

Entrance, n. 
Ex'tract, n, 
Fer'ment, n 
Gal'.ant, a. 
Gal'lant ly, ad. 
I ««yly, bravely. 
Iia'pact, n. 
Im'press, n. 
Im'piint, n. 

n in both like jtf.) 
In'.sult, n. * \_ ,„,„ 

In'ter, (a prefix.) {|! iS).' „!• 
,i..'ter diet, n. in ter<li,-t/ 

Iii'vaIi.I.n,(.econd{nvai;K."- 

« like long e.) ' 

Per'rait, 71. Pprmif/ 

j;ies'ent,n. andB. PreS"' 
Reb'el. « n _ ^*^.'I" »• 



Reb'el, n. 
Sep'ul chre, n. 
(*ep'iil kur.) 
Sub'ject, M. 



, .-- and a. 

,l5Ul'fix, ,1 

Suffix es, n. pZu 

Trai ect, «. 

Traiio'ier, n. 1 rnii< r^.t 

. 'Jress, n. Un dress', „ 



Re bel', ». 
Se pul'chre, v. 
(<e pul'kur.) 
•Subject',,;. 

Suffix', y, 

Suf fix'es, prcs. <. 
Traject', „. 
Trans fei', „ 



(Con'aact, n. 
Con'trat* n. 
Con'vem, n. 
Con'ver-'e, ». 
Con'vert, n. 
O'on'vict, n. 
Ob'ject, ra. 
Pio;4'res3. n. 
Pr:)j'ect, n. 
Prot'e.st, 7i, 
Mis con'duct, n. 
Pre con'tract, n. 

O'veT shot, o. 

over work, n. 
4 

Un'der work, n 

8 

Bom'bast, n. 
5 

Com'plot, n. 

4 
Sur'vey, «. 
Sm'veys, n. plu. 

O'verjoy, n. 

d 
Con'voy, n. 
Con voys, n.^iu. 

Re'oound, ». 

to sound a-jain 
ou 
Out'K'o, n, 



Con tract', v. 
Con trast', r. 
Con vent', v. 
Con verse', »». 
Con vert', v. 
Con Vict', V. 
Object',,,. 

Pro^resV©. 
Pro ject', V. 
Pio test', V. 
Mis con duct', ».. 
Pre con tract', ». 

5 
O ver shot', pre. 

O ver work', ». 

Un der work', v. 

4 
Horn bast', a. 

5 
Com plot/, ^. 

9 
Sur vey/, p. 



Col'lecf, n. 

Oom'nercc, n. 

Com'pact, n. 

Coii?fpre*s, », 
. Con'cert, n. 
r-Con'tluct, n. 

Con 'f ect, n- 

Coil'lJict, 71. 

Con'serve, n. 
iCon'te.st, 71. 
Uon'text, H. 



C 



Col lect', 7,. 

Com merce', /1 

Com pact', a. and « 
Com press/, ^, 

Con cert', „. 

Con duct', ,;. 

Con feet', o. 

Con fiict', V. 

Con serve', v. 

, Con test', «. 

Con text', o. and a. 



1 



Sur vey*/. prea. t. 

oy 
Over joy/, t,. 

oy 
Con voy', tc 
Con voys', pre$. t. 

ou 
Re sound/, »?. 
to sound back. 
1 

"--n">'*. Out U^o' M 

Coun'Ter S^."/,! "^o^n "f"^"'''^' ^' 

Coun'ter va • « n l^'^ °""«'' "• 

0"; '^^ ^*'^' »• t;oun ter vaii', v, 

C-oun'fi;^ ?'T' '^^ T;""" t«r ^J^ 'rm'. ^, 
Coun'tei march, 7.. Coun ter march', ». 

Coun'ter b(»I anc "* 

Coun'ter buff, n. 
Coun'ter check, n. 
4 

Dis'count, n. 

Com'pound, 7.. and Com po""nd'. r. 
Coun'ter plot, n. Counterplot',,,. 
Coun'ter poise, 7u Coun ter poi«', 7, 



unS&"^"^-"^.^l'?nce,7, 



Coun ter buff', v. 

Counter check/, r. 

ou 
Di3 count', V. 
ou 



Words, .DM.,H . smioH,,. ' •■ •■ •"■"■"«■■ PO 

»P»««d ,„d .ccenlea .,i>, ,, but dl,rerc„„r pronounced 

«• A 1„,„«# f 1 



Abu'se,. ri.pv,. a bu',e; „r<., / 

Close, a. .Miut Tast, Clolc .' f f f / 

li *^malt Maid "en- ^^-'.f "»'*•" P^u^e, 
cl".irid 




'''z^^?'^armen!'' '^^ ''^""'«- ^"^^^'thez,) 
faimi^n;."'*'"'" i'm. ^ of Clothe. , 

Corp.s, (kore,) „. Corps, (korze,) n. | 
iDiffuse'.a. Diffuse/, 7, J 



|P»e cip/i t« 
Pred'i cate 
Rec ol lect 
to recall 



I 1 a ^6—6- T 

];"o. nor, not, to, good, 



1 



1 



>i accentfid ni.iro K..f ah*- 



Word, .peUed .„,, .cc.„.e<, .I,ke;SSi''.„Uy p„„„„„„, 
. «. ni.. < _* 4 



DHusfy. n. Di.suse/,r. 

Lx ouse', n. E^ cu.«/, „. 

Jjiease, ri. Gre««e, ,. 

I'ron y. (i/.jin e,)a.I'ron yVi'run i» ^ « 

ri ... °* speech. 

Lo«^<., n « letting LeMef r. to fflean 

of land* or hous- *^ —"- ---*'"' 

e^ ; V. to let by 

lease. • 

Lfju'sing, par. 
|M.ine.s (inanez,) ». 

;>'«. of Mane. 



Sei)/a rate, t.. Sep/ a rate. « 

Sm«0„^. par. of Sm.«:i„g («in'5jing,) 

Sub/lfinato, .. Su^^'i'^lSfT 



Re for ma*tion, m. 
formation anew. 



to gather up. 

Leo'sjng, par. 

Ma'nes, n. ptu. de- 
parted spirits or 
soula. 

Mis use', V. 

fief orma'tion, n. 

chanpe from worse 

to better. 
Rise, V. 
Se>eth, pret. t. of 

See. 
Sheath, r. 



2 
Tar^ry, .. 

No/ta ble, m. re- 
markable obser- 
vable. 

3 



i'"?') J»«r. .f 
Swinge, 

Tar*ry, t>. 

Not'a ble, a. care- 
ful, biutling. 



(Rise, n. 
jSeoth, V. to boll. 
She«<A,«. Sheath, r. 

I ?£e;r^'^'°'°^**^"-'«"t5 

i Sth"' ''"' "' ^«"*^' '• 

Use, n. 

(U'ses, tt. pla. 

'Wieatk, n. 

, 1 

iBreecli'es, fi. plu. 

and pres. t. of 

Breech^. 
I'Clertn'ly, ad 



Or'di na ry, «. conf-Or»di na ry rord»na 
inon, usual; n. re,)r VnliSof 
an ecclesiastical eatiL ^ 
judge. ^J"""},. 



to 



U'ses, ores. f. 
/Freath, v. 

4 
Breech'es{brit.sWiz) 

71. «/«.. n'.>rm<<.,t 



-6 
Wod'er ate, v. 
Pos'tu late, ». 
Prostrate, v. 
6 



n. pin. ■ garment 
worn by men. 

iw-.„„.i^ art Cleanny/a. 

Dos,«.y<«.ofDoe.Does /uz,^ ^m / 



Mod'er ate, «. 
Pos'tu late, n. 
Pros'trate, a. 

^n7wi.^P''r^'*'>Pr°'^05t (plotvo,) 
nahech.efpfany n. the executions 
'• . of an army. 

?ote^iveffl^-*°^™'^V'^«-°''>»')»' » 

N°°^«' »• Noose, r. 

* 7 



Put, ,, 



Lead'ing, par. 
Live, a. 
Lives, n. ./u. 

Life. 
iRa'ven, n, 
Read, » 



Lead'ing, par. 
Live t>. 
of Lives, prtt. ^ of 
Live. 
Rav'cn, ». 

Sew^eV; „. apas..ge?elt/':tX'\^^^^ 
underground. onew^o';is"a 

?^i;^;;'^itiiiS«'i-:>- 

ty, complaisance, ence &de ty fa 
dies; „. to dorev-j 



''nf i^St"- '°"'^'»«ff^"'»l> « organ 
•» i^Jiu. of re.'<riira^<'^n '•> 



Put,n, 
1 

^^menT. Ti!!"^^^^^^' «' «« «ct of 
S^deiUe *^^'"^ reverence ;r. to 
f^iupwise. bend, stoop. 

Bp^ „. ^,„. .„,Bo . P .^d 

Bo«^ing,p.r. Bo'';?i^g%.,. 

Lou, a. andarf. _ Low, i;. '^ 

Mow, n. 
Mows, n. jrfw. 
'^r Row, n. a riotous 
noise. 
Sow, n. 
6 
of Wound, n. a hurt ; 

Go^r.dUease. Gou^^^^U. de- 

sire. 

010 

Browse, v. 
House. V. 

Mouse, V. 
Mouth, V. 

* mlrjr Slough (jfluff,) n. 

the ca.st skin of* 

jer£ent, ice. 



Mou,, t>. 
Mows, pres. t. 
Row, n. a ram 

lineofthiril 
Sow,, V. 

ou 
Wound, pre 

Wind. 



010 



Browse, n. 
House, n. 

;;'"^=, n. 
Mou(A, ft. 

ou 
ainugh, ni. 

lilace. 



MWM 



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lj^i2j;^:J:^f^, „-!u-^^ mk hf r. iLr-^^. Jr. JL \'^^ 



VERBAL DISTINCTIONS. 

tlCTIOW HI. 

Ad viae', r. Staff, «. * 

Art vi'ge*, pret. t. j 3 



I 



Ad vice', n. 
■Ad ri'cci, n. plu. 
■ BkvA; 71. '^ 

IHe lief, n. 
Casf/Anife, n. 
De vice, „. 
De vi'cfj, n. plu. 
IDis be l/ef, li. 

iD0:5C, n. 

Do'^es, n. jp/u. 
Grief, n. 
Grj'efs, w. jji«. 
Kn\t'e, n. 

iXeaf, n. 
Life. n. 
Loof, n. 
LootA, a. 
Mis be Iief, n. 
Pla/n'Uffj.n. 
Re hef , n. 
Sheaf, n. 
Strife, n. 
Thief, n. 
jWife, n. 
12 

BaM, n. 
I Batht, n. jnu. 
2 
Ca/f, n. 



Ha/f, 



n. 



Beeves, n. plu 
Be heve', t>. 
Ca8e'i(;nive«, n. ^^m 
De vise. t». 
De vi'ses, pre*, t. 
Di.s be li'eve', v. 
Doze, «. 
Do'ze»,j»re», e. 
Grieve, w. 
Gri'evet, /»rM. t 
Knives, n/ plu. 
Leaves, n plu. 
Lives, n. pht, 
Looves, n. plu. 
Loathe, ». 
Mis be h'eve', v. 
Pla/n'tive, a. 
Re here', v. 
Sheavfcs, n. ^m. 
StrJTc, f . 
Thieve V. 
Wiv<.> n. pfti. 

Bathe, r. 
Bathes, /-rejr. t. 

Calve, ». Ca^res, 

;»rc8. t. and n. «;«. 

o/Calf. ^ 

HaifTc, J. Halves, 

jirts *. and n. «^u. 

of Half. ^ 



Swaths, n. plu. 

6 
Cloth, n. 
Cloths, n. plu. 

6 
Choose, ». 

4 
Cic^a trice, n. 
Elf, n. 
Mid'wife, n. 
Mim'ic, n. 
Our self, Tiro. 
Pen'Anjfe, n. 
Phys'ic, n. 
Self, «. 
Shelf, n. 
Traffic, r. 
With, prep. 

5 
Frol'ic, n. 
Of (ov,) prep. 
Proph'e cy, n. 

,'profe se.) 



Staves, n. plu. 

Swathe, t>. 
Swathes, pre$. t. 

Clothe, V. 
Clothes, j»re». t. 

Chose, pre. 
4 

Cic'a trize, v. 
Elves, n. plu. 
Mid'wives, n.pht. 
Mim'ick. v. 
Our selves', jM-ojrfu. 
Pen'*nives, n.plu. 
Phys'ick, v. 
Selves, n, plu. 
Shelves, n. plu- 
Traf'flck, »; 
Wi^Ae, n. 

Frol'ick, «, 
Off, ad. 
Proph'e sy, « 
Cprof'e si.) 



: 



1 

Lnth, n. a loT\g: thJnLathe, n. a turner's 
«lip of wood ; »... micfcine. 
to cover with 

, laths. 

Laths, n. plu. t.idLathes, «. plu. 

' pres. t. 



Wharf, n. 

I 4 

Brca«A, n. 
BraA^i, n 
(iliiss, n. 
(iiii's'es, n. plu. 
Giasfi n. 



Wharves, n. ptu. 

Breathe, v. 
Braze, v. 
Glaze, V. 
GWzes, pres. t. 
Graze, v. 



Proph'e cies, n. p/u.Proph'e sies, prt$, 
(prof e siz.) (prof e sizej 

6 e 

Be hoof, n. Be hoove', v. 

Be hoofs', n. plu. Be hooves', ores. t. 
Dis proof, n Dis prove', v. 

Loose, a. unbound,Lose, v. to forfeit, 
wanton ; v. to un- suffer loss, not to 
bind, set free. win. 
Loos'es, pres. t. of Lo'ses, ores. I. of 

Loose. Lose. 

Loos'ing, par. Lo sing, par, 

6 5 ' 

Loos ed {loo8t,)pre.Lost, pre. 

fi 6 

Proof, n. Prove, w. 

(Proofs, n. plu. Proves, >»ret. 4. 
Ke proof, n. Repiove', r. 

Re proofs', n. j»f«. Re proves', j»r«». i. 

Wolf, n. Wolves, n. y/u. 

Cow'ar dice, n, Cow'ar diiB, ». 



,1 



Tiie following words are differently accented, as well as differently spelled 

and pn nounced. 



4 1 

!/ar'an t;y, ». Gwar an tee', «. 

I 7/.u'an iies,7)res. <.G?/ar an tees', n tdu. 

i jiii'tcr ie*f, n. In ter leove', v. ' 



5 •. 4 

^on'fi dent, a. bold. Con fi dant', v. a j 

KUl'e of* <ilti*rf>aa r»<^«'^'^n ..■.4*.., .x_j 

impudent. wiMi seeret» or 

private matters 



NOTB.— 

jhoted. .^ 

liii this St; 

jvith othej 

1 

jA'chor (a'] 

[A'cre, ape 

All, to p 

Ale, a ki 

Air, the at 

Aur, name 

Per, at ai 

Ere, befor 

jEyrt, a coi 

jffeir, one 

' A/r'y, lin 

Ej/'ry, tli 

ofpre} 

Aisle, (He, 

I'll, contra 

|Jsle, an Isli 

Alt, a sm 

Ate, pre. 

Eight, tw 

[AUega'tior 

|Alli ga'tion 

cal rule. 

Ar rear', i 

Ar ri'ere';' 

of an arm 

As pe ra'ti( 

rough. 
As pi ra'tio 

wish. 

A vail', prof 

A vale', to le 

Bail, surety. 

Bale, a pack 

Bait, allure 

Bate, to les 

Bait'ing, fee 

Ba'ting, abaf 

Baize, con 

Bays, garlar 

Bej/j, Turki 

Bare, naked 

jtiear, a beai 

produce. 

Basins', par. 

B«ai'ing, pa 

Baste, to beat 

in "icd, pre. o 

Bay, a color 

water. 

Bet/, a Turki 

Wfi, to exist. 

^'"■e, an in.*ec( 

Bftttch, the sf 

Beech, a kin( 

jSfut, a stroke 

Beet, an eata* 

I Beau (bo,) a I 

Bo, a word o^ 



I 



V. 



■~1 






> 10 n 

r, shire, fim -~ 



ion, or both, mtj 
gc from the 

re*, n. plu. 



the, V. 
thet, pre$. i. 

he, V. 
he», j»r«f. <. 

le, prt. 

I trize, V. 
*, n. ^u. 
wive*, n. j)fti. 
I'ick. V. 

felvesf,proptu. 
*nive«, n.flu. 
t'ick, V. 
es, n. flu. 
ves, n. plu- 
•'fick, V. 

e, n. 

ick, V. 

id. 

h'e sy, V 

r)f' e si.) 

Ii'e sies, prt$. t 

3f' e size.) 

S 

»ovc', t». 

eves', pre$. t. 

rove', ». 

f. to forfeit, 
er loss, not to 

I, pret. t of 

e. 

ig» par, 

pre. 

> V. 

I, pra. 4, 
)ve', w. 
vea', pr%f, t. 

s, n. plu. 
ntly spelled j 



COBB'S NEwli iZi:ii^B00K.--'FAl^F7;r 



■>■■■ > M U M 

T5T 



W^t^-ore of Which ar^ied alike, hut di«.re„tly spelled 

)..oted. • .^eeKarVparuTVre m"'f 1"" ""'^ '*«»• «nJe^» otherwise 
k this section are In a«;pr;I;rn|Vl Spter^Xl-tf f T ' "°?T"r°^ the wSS 
With other words where ?l.^eir.,,,.vSS^^^^^^^^^ io"gi7ea'' ^"^^^'"'"Sied 



,, 1 

jA'chor(a'kur,) a disease, 
liA'cre, a portion of land. 

All, to pain, to trouble. 
, Ale, a kind of beer. 
Air, the atmosphere. 
(Ayr, name of a place. 
jET'er, at any time. 
Ere, before. [justices. 
:Et/rt, a court of itinerant 
Itfeir, one that inherits. 
A»r/y, lifTjjt as air, <?ay. 
Ej/'ry, the ne.*t of a bird 
of prey. [church. 

Aisle, (lie,) a walk in j 
I'll, contraction of I will. 
|Isle, an Island. [river. 
Alt, a small island in a 
Ate, pre. of to Eat. 
. Eight, twice four. 
|Allega'tion, affirmation. 
iAlli ga'tion. an arithmeti- 
' cal rule. 
Ar rear', what Is unpaid 



Be.ux (bozo,) „. pSu.. ofSeal'in,., setting, seal. 



oowi, n. plu, of Bow. 

Beer, a kind of liquor. 

•B«er, a carriage for dead 

bodies. 
BigAt, a small creek or bay 
Bite, to pierce with the 
teeth. 

Blew, pre. of to Blow. 

Blue, a kind of color. 
Blig/tt, a mildew ; to blast. 
Blite, a genus of plants. 

Bloot to swell. 

Blote, to dry and smoke. 
Boor a male swine. 
Bore, to make a hole ; pre 

of to Bear. 
Board, flat piece of wood : 

to furnish diet. 
Bo red, pre. of to B^e. 
Bode, to foreshow. 



i.„e^m,„„. „ .r.e„ "^.,r^i>L^J-A.• 
Sv5'^;•K^'?^*'• """i."' -"fen..., . 



i dant', V. ». i| 

secrets or } j 
ate matters. 1 1 



jBail, surety. [lade out. 

Bale, a pack of goods; to 

I Bait, allurement ; to feed 
Bate, to lessen ; strife. 

Bait'ing, feeding. 

Ba'ting, abating, [cloth 
Baize, coarse woolen 
oaj/j, garlands. 

Bej/s, Turkish governors. 

Bare, naked ; to strip 

|Mear, a beast; to carry, 
produce. 

Ba^inar, par. of to Bare. 

Boai'mg, par. of to Bear. 

Baste, to beat, sew slightly 

■ia ,scd, pre of to Base. 

Bay, a color ; a body of 
water. 

Boy, a Turkish governor 
H<^, to exist. 
tJ'^o, an insect. 

B«ttch, the sea-shore. 

Beech, a kind of froo 
jBeat, a stroke ; to strike. 
Ueet, an eata'^le mot. 
I Beau (bo,) a man of dress 
oojj. word of terror. 



play at bowls. 
Borne, p-er. par. of to Bear 
Bourn, a limit. 
Braid, to weave together 
Bray ed, pre. of to Bray. ' 
Brake, fern, a weed ; an 
instrument for dressing 
flax. [force asunder 
Break, an opening; to 
nr&ys, pret. t of to Bray 
Braze, to cover with brass 
Breach, a gap, difference 
Breech, part of a gun. 
B«y, to purchase. 
By, near to. 
Cai'n, a man's name 
Cane, a reed, or staff". 
Cede, to resign, yield.' 
Seed, fruit, offspring. 
Ce'dar, a kind of tree. 
Ce'der, one who ceiles. 
Cen^to cover the top of a 

S«a\' * stamp; to fasten 
with a seal or wafer • 
an animal. ' 

. ~ -^^* to clo seUieeves 



12* 



ro-^. » """"•""« '"c eyes 
Cere, to cover with wax, 
Seor, dry ; to burn. 
&eer, a jprophet. 

rfZ'.T^^^^^- [« whale, 
ae ta'ceous, bristly, rwa* 

Ce'ring, covering iTt" 

Sear'ing, drying. 
Cha gr,„ (sha green',) iU 

humor ; to vex. 
Sha green', skin of a fish 

Chaste, pure, incorrupt. 

Choir (kwirc.) a band ot 
singers. 

Q^iire, 24 sheets of paper. 
Ci^on, shoot from a plant 
hci'on, a small twig? 
hi'on, a mountain. 

Cite, tff summon, quote. 

^ight, a view, vision. 

iite, a situation, [claims. 

Cla'mant, crying, be- 
seeching. * 
ClimJ, to ascend. 
Clime, r^ion, climate. 
Close, end ; to shut. 
Clothes, garments, dress. 
Coal, fossil fuel ; burnt 
wood; to burn to char- 

Cold, not hot ; coy. 

Coal ed, pre. of to Coal. 
Coarse, not fine, gross 
Corse, a dead boc'y. 
Course, direction, way 

Control'ler,onewhocon 

n«^ * ,., C* 'Supervisor. 
Comp trol'ler, a director, 
Cor'se,, dead bodies. 
Cour'sea, directions, ways 
coat, a garment. 
Cote, a sheep fold. 
Core, the inner part 
rr^l^i'^'^yot troops. 
Creak, to make a harsh 
noise. 

Creek, a smuii of 

cue, end. humor, hint 
Qweue, hair twisted. 
Dane, a native of Den 
mark. 

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Day, a portion of time. 
iDey, a Moorish governor. 
j Day*, portions of time. 
I Daxe, to da/zle. 
I Dej/j, I'loonsh crovernors 
[Df'ar ».os;tly, beloved. 

De<;r, an aniuial. 
De mean', to behave. 
De mejine'. a patrimony. 

Dcuqe, a card 
two spot'*. 

Deuse, an evil spirit. 

De vi'ser, one wlio con- 
trives, [qneaths 

De vi'.sor, one who be- 

Di I i'ioi, the number that 
divides. [moisture. 

Dew, falling vapors or 
Due, owed, exact. 

Die, to expire. 

Dye, to color. 
Dire, dreadful. 
Dy er, one who colors, 

Dy'ing, expirinjf. 

Dyc'ingr, coloring, [tious. 
Dis creet', prudent, cau- 
Dis Crete', distinct, sepa- 

Doc, a female deer, [rate. 

Do)/gA, unbaked paste. 
Docs, female deer.' i 

Doze, to slumber. 

Ea'sel, a painter's frame. 

Ej'sel, vine(,'ar. (jury 

En diet', to~ accuse by 
En ditc, to compose 



Fat'p f .r. f .11, fat. wlut-mP. m^t, h?r, tl?ey-pi,!e , ph,, ,.t?r, shi?e, 

^, , . VEItliAL DISTINCTIONS. 

Words, two or more of which are pronounced alike, but differently srvlleA 

and defined. '■ 

1 ^ 

Vlf.fs, pres. t. of to Flee. 
Eieu, chaps of a hound. 
Flew, pre. of to Fly. 
Flue, passage for smoke 
Floot, 10 swim, [soft fur. 
Flote, to skim. 
Foe, an enemy. 
FoA, term of abhorrence. 
, Fore, before, 
or dice of |Four, twice two. 
Fort, a fortress. 
Forte, peculiar quality. 
ForiA, onward, out. 
Fourth, next after the third 
Fraise, a kind of cake. 
Fraj/s, quarrels. 
Phrase, mode of speech, a 
sentence. 
Frees, pres, t. of to Free. 
Freeze, to congeal with 

cold. 
Frieze, a coarse cloth ; a 
term In architecture. 
Gage, to plctlge. 
Gauge, a measure ; to 
measure. 
Gait, manner of walking. 
Gate, a kind of door. 
Gear, (geer,) harness, 
tackle, 

Gere, a man's name. 
Gibe, a sneer ; to scoff. 
, Gybe, to .«hift a boom sail, 
a Glaire, the white of an 
Glare; to dazzle. fegg 



En dict'ment, accusation 

En dite'ment, act of com 

posing. [sheep 

Ewes yuze,] female 

Use, to employ, to treat. 
Ey^e (i,l oruan of sight, 
I. pro. myself. 

Fain, gladly. 
I Fane, a temple. 
|Feii;n, to dissemble. 
I Fa»nt, languid, feeble. 
I Fei"nt, a fal^e appearance. 
Fair.- handsome, just ; 
I place of sail- or show. 
Fare, food ; price of pas- 
i Feot, deed, exploit [sage. 
I Fflet. n. plu. of Foot; 
Fprtze, to untwist a rone. 
Fees. n. plu. of Fee. 

Fend, quarrel, contention. 

Fepd. A freehold. 
F(.*u, a fee. 

^ew, a small number. 
I Find, to discover. - 

Fi ncd. pre, of to Fine. 
luca. an insect. 
Flee, to run away. 

PI ■■•as, insects n. 



low 



, _._. [( 

Glow$, pres. t. of to Grl 
Gloze, 10 .flatter 

Gnu, an animal. - 

JiTncw, pre, of to Know. 

New, fresh, not old. 
Goar, a triangular piece 

of cloth. 
Go er, one who goes. 
Gore, clotted blood; to stab 

Gpurd, a plant. 

Go Ted, pre, of to Gore. 
Grate, crossbars. 
Great, large, noble. 

Gra'ter, an instrument to 

grate with. 

Great'er, larger. 
Grease, soft fat. 
Greece, name of 

try. 
Greaves, armor 



a 



coun- 
[legs. 
for the 



pret. t^ of to 



Gneves, 
Grieve, 
Groan, to siifh deeply. 
Grown, per, par. of to 
Grow. [teas &c 

Gro'cer, a dealer in sugar 
Gros'ser, more pross. 



Hale, healthy ; to drag. 
Hair, natural covering of 
the head. 
Hare, an animal. 
Hat/, dried grass. 
Hey, a word of joy. 
Heol, to cure. 
Heel, part of the fool. 
Hear, to perceive by thf 
Here, in this place, [ear. 
HeigAt, elevation. 
HigAt, was called. 
Hew, to cut. 
Hue, color ; a clamor. 
HujjA, a man's name. 
Hide, to conceal ; the .skin 
of an animal. 
Hi ed, « e. of to Hie. 
Hie,' to hasten. 
m^h, elevated, dear. 
Hire, wages, 
HigA er, more high. 
Ho, a sudden call! 
Hoe, a farminjc instrument 
Hoes, n. plu. of Hoe. 
Hose, stocking.*. 
Hoard, a store ; to rmass. 
Horde, a tribe, a clan. 
Hold, a catch; to stop; 
to keep. 

Ho lcd,/>rc. of to Hole. 
Hole, a cavity, a rent ; to 

dig hole-s. 
rrhole, all, total. 
Ho'ly, pious, sacred. 
FThol'ly, totally. 
In dis creet', not. prudent. 
In dis Crete', not distinct. 
In vade', to attack. 
In veigA'ed', pre, of to in- 
veigh. 
Jane, a woman's name. 
Jean, a kind of cloth. 
J61e, the cheek. 
Joll, to beat or cl^sh. 
Jew'ry, Judea. [a cause. 
Ju'ry, persons sworn to try 
Key, an instrument to 
open and fasten a lock 
Quay, a wharf. 
JiTnave, a dishonest man. 
Nave, the centre of 

wheel. 
Jtnead, to work dough. 
Need, want, necessity. 
iiTneais, pres, t. of to 

Knead. 

Nee.ls, necessarily. 

Kneal, to bend the knee. 

Nefll. to temper b'^ heat 

lirneel'ing, bending the' 

knee. (heat 



Hail, to salute; frozen rainlNeal'ing, tempering by 



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!rently speJied 



ir ; a clamor. 



>re. of to Hole, 
ivlty, a rent; to I 



ous, s^acred. 

totally. 

t', not. nnulent. 



6 1 4 

crew— fly, system 



13 6 6 7 8 I 4 6 = — 

no, no r, not, to, goo d, dove— tubp, tub, rule, bull— dew, 

,„. , , VERBAL DISTINCTIONS. 

Woruff, two or more of which are pronounced alike, but differently fipelled 

and defined. 



, 1 

[irne:S3 (ncese,) a kind of 
stone. (ter or brother. 
Niece, a daughter of a sis- 
Knikht. title of honor. 
NigAt, darkness, [knight. 
ifiii^At'ly, becoming a 
jNisfAi'ly, done by nigh' 
|/fii6u;, to understand. 
[Vn, a word of denial. 
Knows, prei. t. of to 
Know [ling. 

No«e, the oigan of .smel- 
iLade, to loa<l ; to dip out. 
[Laid, pre. of to Lay. 
La»n, per. par. of to Lie, 
Lane, a narrow street. 
JLair, the bed of a bea.st. 
[lay er, a stratum, a bed. 
Lea, a meadow, plain. 
Lee, opposite the wind. 
fLeoch, wood ashes, wash- 
I ed by straining of water. 
[Leech, a bloodsucker. 
Leaf, part of a plant or 
book. 

Lief, willingly. 
Leak to run out 
|Leek, a root or plant. 
Lean, thin, wanting flesh 
Lien, a legal claim. 
JiLeose, to glean. 
|Lees, dregs, sediments. 
Leas ed {lee»t,) pre. of 
Lease, to let. 
Least, smallest. 
pLeave. to depart. 
[jLieve, willingly. 
Leaver, one who leaves. 
he' ver, a mechanical 
power. 
iLi'ar, one who tells lies. 



iLi'er, one who lies in wait. 
IjLyre, a musical instru- 
j ment. • 
I Lie, a falsehood ; to rest. 

Lye, water drained 
through ashes. 
:Lo, behold. 
Low, not high, humble. 

Loon, any thing lent. 

Lone, solitary. 
Lore, learning. [low. 

jLow er, more low; to bring 
I Made, pre. of to Make. 
I Maid, an unmarried wo- 
1 man. (ry letters. 

Mail, armor ; a bag to car- 
Male, the he kind. 

Main, principal, chi#.f. 

Maine, name of a State. 

Mane, hair on the neck 

of animals. 
Maize, Indian corn. 



Maze, a labyrinth. 

Mare, the fumale horse. 

May or, the chief magis- 
trate of a lity. 
Meod, a kind of drink ; a 

meadow. 
Mede, a native ot Medea. 
Meed, a reward, gift. 

Mean, low, humble. 

Mesne, middle. 

Mien, air, look, manner 
Meat, flesh to be eaten. 
Meet, to come togetlxer; fit 
Mete, to meaiiure. 

Meet'ing, coming to. 

Me'ting, mea.«'uring. 
Mecr, a lake, boundary. 
Mere, that or this only ; 

Me'ter, a measure [pure. 

Me'tre, poetical measure. 
Mew, a cage, enclosure. 
Muc, to change feathers. 

Mewl, to cry as a child. 

Mule, an animal. 
Mewj, cages. 
Mucs, pres. t. of to Mue. 
Muse, deep thought; to 
meditate. 

MigAt. power, strength. 

Mite, an insect or particle 
M igA'ty, powerful, [mites. 
Mi'ty, swarming with 
Mind, purpose ; to heed. 
Mi ned,;.rc. of to Mine 
Mi'ner,oiie who digs mines 
Mi'nor,le.ss; one under age. 
Moan, to grieve. [Mow 
Mou.n, per. par. of to 
Moat, a ditch for defence 
Mote, a small jjarticle. 
Mode, form, fashion. 
Mo«; ed, pre. of to Mow. 



More, a greater portion. Prew, booty, plunder • to 

Mow er, one who mows. pfunder 1""""^^» t" 
Mu/cous, sMmy, viscous.- Prayer, entreaty, fden 
Mu/cus, any slimy matter. PreJ'er, one who ^pluL 

way, no, Pray/ing, imploring. 

NeigA, the voice of a Pre^'ing, plundering. 



1 

Pain' less, void of pain, 
easy. [pane? of gla.ss. 
Pane' less, having no 
Pair, a couple. 
Pare, to cut off. 
Pear, a kind of fruit. 
Peace, re.^^t, quietude, 
Piece, a part. 
Peok, the top point. 
Pique, ill will ; piudge. 
Peal, a succession of 
sounds. 

Peel, to take off the rind. 
Peer, an equal ; a noble- 
man. [arch. 

Pier, the support of an 
Pe'ter, a man's name. 
Pe'tre, nitre. 
Place, situation. 
Plaice, a kind of fish. 
Plain, smooth, level ; di 
tinct. [smooth. 

Plane, a joiner's tool ; to 
Plait, a fold ; to fold. 
Plate, wrought silver, &c. 
Plait'ed. folded, [plate. 
Pla' ted, jcovered with 
Pleas, pleadings. 
Please, tc delight. 
Po'ses, ;,res t. of to Po.se 
Po'sies, n. plu of Posv," 
Pole, a long stick 
Poll, the head; an election. 
Pore, pas.-.a-e in the .-kin. 
Powr, to turn out a liquid. 
Port, a harbor 
Porte, the Turkish court. 
Praise, to commend. 
Prays, pres. t. of Pray, to 
entreat. 
Prejrs, n plu. booties. 
Pray, to implore, entreat 



horse 

Oar, an instrument to 
row with. 

O'er, contraction of Over 
Ore, metal unrefined. 

Ode, a short poem. 

Ow ed, pre. of to Owe. 
OA, alas. • 

Owe, to be indebted. 

Paste, flour moistened. 

Pn rpf], «»•.• r\f Ir. Po;n« 
- ■ ^-. ».. —1 ,.. . ..vt::. 

Pad, a wooden vessel. 

Pale, without color. 
Pain, penalty ; di.stres.9. 
Pane, a sq uare of glas.s. 



Pride, self-esteem. 

Pri ed, pre. of to Pry. 
Pri'er, jne who seasches. 
Pri'or, former, before. 

Pries, pres. t. of to Pry. 

Prize, reward ; to value 
Pu'ny, weak, feeble. .«mail 
Puis'ne, joung, inferior; 
of later date. 

Quean, a worthless 
noii:an. 

Queen, the wife of a king. 
Ram, water from cloudsf 
Re/gn. to rule as a king. 
Reiii, part of a bridle. 



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Rat'nj, n. pin, of Rain. 
Roi'^nj, pres t. of 

Rei ;n. 
RRin», n. plu. the kindeys 
Raisft. t) lift, exalt. 
Rayj, beams of li;,'ht, [stroy 
Ra/,e, to overthrow, de 
Rais'or, one who raise.'?. 
Ra'^or, an in^itrument to 
shave with. 
Read, to \)eru«e. 
Ree I, a plant. 
Reek, t.) .smoke, to steam. 
IFreak, to revenue. 
Re sad', to «ail back. 
Re sale', a second sale. 
Reave, to take by stealth 
Reeve, a. steward. [island. 
RAodej, the name of an 
Roads highways. 
RAone, name of a river. 
Roan, a color, [of sounds. 
RAyme, .correspondence 
Rime, hoar-frost. 
Rice, a kind of grain. 
Rise, ascent ; original. 
RigAt, just, iflopef ; to ad- 
Rite, a ceremony, [just. 
FFrijAt, a workman. 
Write, to form letters 
with a pen. 
Ri^At'ing, adjusting. 
W^i'ting, what is written. 
Roam, to rove, ramble. 
Rome, the name of a city. 
Road, the hijj;hway. 
Rode, pre. of to Ride. 
Rou; cd, pre of to Row. 
Roar, to make a loud 

noise. 
Row er, one who rows. 
Roe, a female deer. 
Row, a rank ; to move a 
boat with oars. 
Ro«s, female deer. 
Rose, pre. of to Rise; a 

tlower. 
Roiii«, pres t. of to Row» 
Rote, mere memory. 
Wrote, ^re. of to Write. 
Rye, a kind of grain. 
IFry, crooked. 
SaiT, the canvass of a 
Sale, act of .selling, [ship 
Sa'tirc, a iwem censuring 

vice or tolly. 
Sa'tyr. a sylvan god, 
Sa'ver, one who saves, 
t^ii'vor. odor taste, scent. 
Sea, a large body of wa- 
See, to look, behold, [ter. 
Scene, 9 siaht part of a 
play. 



1 i 3 4 6 14 8 9 1 4 8 lO 11 

Fate, far, fall, fat, w hat— me, met, he r, they— pine, pin, stir, shire, flrm— 

VERBAL Distinctions: 

Words, two or more of which are pronounced alike, but differently spelled 

and defined. 
1 1 

Seen, per. par. of to See. 

Se»ne, a fi:<hingnet. 

Seam, two edges joined. 

Seem, to appear. 

Seas, n. plu. great waters. 

Sees, pres. t. of to See. 

Seize, to lay hold of. [lord 

Sejgn' ior, (seen' yur.) a 

Sen'ior, older, [threads. 

Sew (so,) to join by 

So, in like manner; 

Sou>, to scatter seed. 

Sew er (so'ur,) one who 
uses a needle. 

Soar, to mount up. 

Sort .. tender to the touch 
a wound, [seed 

Sou; er. one who scatters 

Shear, to clip with shears. 

Sheer, pure, clear ; to de- 
Shire, a county. [viate. 

Shears, an instrument for 
cutting. [weights. 

Sheers, an engine to raise 

Shires, counties. [dice. 
Sice (size,) number six at 
Si?/ts, pres. t. of to Sigh 
Size, bulk ; to adjust. 

Side, the broad part 
edge; to join with. 

SigA ed, pre. of to Sigh. 
SigA er, one who sighs. 
Sire, a father. 

Sign, a token, symbol. 

Sine, a geometrical line. 
Slaic, a weaver's reed. 
Slat/, to kill. [ners. 

SleiifA, a carriage on run- 
Sley, to part into threads. 

Slaying, killing, [snow. 

SlejgA' ing, riding on 

Selyi ing, parting into 
threads [terity. 

SleigAt, artful trick ; dex- 
Sli»At, contempt; to neg- 

Slcw. ])re. of to Slay.[lect. 

Slue, to turn aroiind. 
Sloe, a kind of fruit. 
Slot», not swift, dull. 

Sook, to .steep, drench. 

Soke, jurisdiction. 
Soar ed, pre. of to Soar. 
Sword, a kind of weapon. 

Sol, a note in music. 

S*le, single, only; bottom 
of the foot or shoe ; to fit 
with soles. [of man 

SomI, the immortal part 
— — -7 /'. -• .-- -•- — -'• 
So led, pre. of to Sole. 

Siaid, pre. of to Stay ; 
sober, grave. 

t^tay ci. fixed, settled^ 



.Stai'r, a rising step. 
Uare, to gaze earnestly, 
retake, a post ; a wa;.{er. 
Steak, a slice of meat. 
Steal, to take witho 
right. [iro; 

-teel, refined, harden 
.-tile, 8tep.<« over a fence. 
.-tyle, manner ; to nann 
StraigAt, direct ; not 

crooked. 
~trajt, a narrow pass. 
KtraisAt'en, to make 
straight. 

Strait'en, to make nar- 
row ; to distress. 
Strow ed i strode,; ;ire. 

to Strow. 
Strode, pre. of to .-'tride. 
Suite (sweet,) set, series] 
retinue, company. 
Sweet, grateful to th 
taste; mild, soft. 
Sware, pre. of {0 >wear, 
*wear, to deck re uyo; 
Tail, the end. (oath 

Tale, a narrative, a storj j Vale, a val] 
Ta'per, a kind of candle "' ' " 
sloping ; to becom 
smaller. 
Ta'pir, an animal. 
Tare, a weed ; allowanc 

in weight. 
Tear, to rend. [.Irawini^ 
Team, horses or oxen fo 
Teem, tq, bring forth. 
Teor, water from the ey( 
Ti'er, a row, a rank. 
Teas, a Chinese plant, vi 

riously cured. 
Tease, to vex ; to card. 
The, the definite article 
Thee, pro. objective cas 
of Thou. 
Their (thare,) pro. possei 

sive case of They. 
There, in that place. 
TAroe, extreme pain. 
Throw, to fling, to cast 
TArone, a royal seat. 
Tkrown, per, par. of 
to Throw. 

Thyme (time,) a plant 

T ime,measure of auratio 

Tide, ebb and flow of th 

sea. jbouiii 

Ti ed, pre. of to Tie 

Til e, fui niture ; to fati»u 

Ti er.. one who tie."^. 

Tyre, name of a place 

Toad, a small animal. ■(/ „, v-..«.» 

To cd, furnished with toe jWcar' ing, d 
Tow cd. pre. of to Tuw. , denoting wh 



rerently spelled 




W»r<U. two or more of w.ic. ... „.„ J„„^c';.'S, bu, aiff„.„„y ,p.„«, 



jToe, part of the foot. 
ow, coarse parts of flax, 
itc. i to draw after'. 
T.)ld,»r«. ofto Tell. 
To ie(f, pre. of Tole. to 
draw. [rinff. 

Toll ed, pre. of Toll, to 
Tole, to draw, allure. 
[Toll, a tax ; to ring a bell. 
Tray, a kind of trough or 

Trey, the three at dice or 
card<. [nejjotiatioiis. 

Trea't ie$,n.plu. o f Treaty , 
|Trea'ti«e, a di^^course. 

Trice, a moment, short 
time. 

Trise, to haul and tie up 
Troll, to move round. 
Troul, to utter volubly. 

Un lade*, to empty, un- 
load. 

Un laid', not placed. 
Vatn, worthless, showy. 
[Vane, a weathercock. 
Vein, a bloodvessel. 

Vale, a valley. 

Veil, a covering, [veins. 
Ve'nous, pertaining to the 
|ve'nu!., a planet. [tie. 

Vi'al (vi'ul,) a small bot- 

VI' ol, a musical instru- 
, ment. 

i^ade, to walk in water. 
\Weigh ed, pre. of to 

Weigh. 

Wail, to weep, lament. 
Wale, a ruing part in 

cloth. 
Wa.n, a carriage, wagon, 
wane, to decrease: de 

clme. 
Wayne, name of a person 

or place. [body. 

Waist, middle part of the 
VVaste, to spends desolate, 
vvait, to tarry 
Weight, heaviness. 
Wa,ve, to put off, rclin- 
A^i^^- [water. 

Wave, a moving swell of 
Ware, something to be 
sold ; cautious ; to change 
a ship's course. 
Wear, to waste, consume 

to carry aa clothes; a 

-varet, goods, merchan- 

Wflflr*. n »» t •«/! _ .-I. 

Of \Vear. [course. 

iWa'ring, changing a ship's 
Wear' mg, diminishing ; 

denoting what is worn. 



and defined 
1 
Way, road, course, 
means. 

Weig/t, to balance, ascer- 
tain the weiglit. 
Wet/ rEng.,] a quantity of 
wool or grain. 
We.pro. »i«. of I. 
W«e, little, small. 
I Weak, feeble, infirm. 
Week, seven days, 
jy eak'ly> sickly ; feebly. 
Week'ly, once aw 
Weal, happineAJ, p 
perity. 

Weel, a snare for fi^h. 
Wean, to put from the 

breast ; to alienate. 
Ween, to suppose, think. 
Wheal, a postule. 
Wheel, a circular body. 
Ye, pro. plu. of Thou. 
Teo, yes. 
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Arc. part of a circle 
Ark, a vessel ; a 
chest. 

Bard, a poet. 
Bar red, pre. of to Bar. 
Gard, wardship, custody, 
trwari., defence, watch 
to watch, defend. 
Hart, the male deer. 
Heart, the seat of life. 
Mare'schal (mar'-^hal,) a 
chief commander in 
army 



Caf/1, a membrane enclo. 
siiig the bowels. 

C»«je, a reason, motive 

Lau>s,pres.t. of to Caw. 
Chord (liord,^ concord of 

so'uids; a line Ola circle. 
Cord, a small rope ; meas- 
ure ot wood. 

Claujc, part of a sentence. 

Claw*, n. plu. of Claw. 



VapHIv In ' <"*• "* »^«aw. 

teebly. M. awn, a sylvan deity, 
week. Fau;„, a young dew: to 
A». pios- tlatter. ° ' 

Gail, the bile ; to fret. 
GaMl, ancient name of 
iJance. 
Hall, a court; a large 
room ; entrance to a 
house. 
Haul, to drag, pull violent- 
J'" [ow 

HaugA, a little low mead^ 
Haw, a kinl of fruit. 

^mnii P^".' '^"^erin? for a coffin. 
small Pai/l, a man's name. 
Pawle, a short bar. 
V&use, stop ; to cease. 
Pams. n. plu. of Paw. 
Pshaw, a word of con- 
tempt. 
Shaw, a man's name. 
Ta/ck, a kind of earth. 
ialk, conversation; to 
converse. 
anjWall, a w^ork of brick or' 
'^tone. [cat I 



^li't''l\}^}''''^]'',<'fomcer^W>,ul "to howl, 



of ai ms ; to arrange. 
Mar'shall, a man's name. 
Mar'tial, warlike, bold. 

Mai'ten, a kind of bird. 

Mar'tin, a man's name. 

AH, the whole. 

Awl, a sharp pointed tool. 

Al'tar, a place for offer 
ings. 

Al'ter, to change, vary. 
Aw'ger, a tool to bore with 
Aw'gur, to conjecture by 



„, ■. -- » cry as a 

ward, a watch, cuatody : 

, to guard. 

I War red, pre. of to War. 

I'i 

jAb, fifth Jewish month. 

Abb, yarn for the warp. 
An, the indefinite article, 

! Ann, a woman's name. 

An'a, lyst, one who ana- 
. ^P^,- , _ [annals. 

An' nal ist, a writer of 
An' chor (angk' ur.) a 
heavy iron to hold a 



Wtt, anytning. [signs.! ship. 
■Ou,ht, to be Obliged ml AnkW, a liquid measure. 

Awn. the beard of corn or An'-or, nUenke nain 
Bald, without hair. { A n^te.^ignTfylf.. Wore 



uance. 

Bawl, to cry aloud, [ship. 
Ca/k, to .stop seams of a 
Cauk, a kind of .spijir. 

oall,to name, speak aloud. 



AS ceni', emmencn Ktprr--. 

ness. [agreeme.'rt.j 

Assent', to agree; an' 

As'pe rate, to - make 

iou^.h. [fuHy.lI 

Ai'pirate, to pronouni»il 






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Fate far, fall, fat, whnt— me, met, hpr, they— p inp. )iin. 

"~~" ~~ VEHHAL jUlstl>lc'liO>IS. 

Words, two or more of which are pronounced alike, but differently fpelled 

ana defined. *^ 

* 4 



H 10 

!«tir, Khire, 







Had, ill, vicious. 

Bade, pre. of to Bid. [to Be. 

Been (bin,) per. par. of 

Bin, a chest, a box for 

jrrain, &c. 
Bell, a hollow sounding 

body of cast metal. 
Belle, a gay or fine lady 



Scent, odor, smell. 

.Sent, j>re. of to j'end. 
Ces'sion, a giving up. 
:Ses'nion, act of sitiing 

Chou;jh (tshutf,) a kind 
of bird, 
.l^huff, a blunt clown. 
Ci li'cious. made of hair. 



Ber'ry, a small fruit, (hide -i li'cious, relating to si 



Bu'ry, to inter the dead; to 
BertA, a station ; a bed in 

a s'hip or boat. 
JiiTlh, a coming into life, 
origin. (prove 

Bet'ter, more good ; to im- 
Bet'tor, one who bets. 
Build, to raise, construct. 
Bill ed, pre. of to Bill. 
Bred, pre of to Breed. 
Bread, a kind of food. 
Bur, the prickly head of a 
plant. (ear. 

Burr, the lobe or lap of the 
Bur'row, a hole for small 
animals. [town. 

Bor'oKgA, an incorporated 
But, only, except, unless. 
Butt, an object of ridicule ; 
to strike with the head ; 
a mark ; a cask. 
Cal'cu lous, stony, gritty. 
Cal' cu lus, a concrete 
Hubstance. (rRri^ter. 

Cal'en dar, an almanac, 
Cal'en der, to dress cloth 
Cal' i ber, the bore of a 
gun. 
Cal'i bre, a kind or sort. 
Cal'lous, hard, insensible. 
Cal'lus, any cutaneous or 

bony haJdne;^s. 
Can' did, frank, open, 
honest. [sugar. 

Can'died, conserved with 
iCan'aon, a large gun. 
ICan'on, a rule, a law. 
I Cask, a vessel for liquors 
' Casqi/e, a helmet. 
Cast, a throw; to throw, 

to formr 
Caste, a tribe, race, kind. 
Uits'ter, one who casts ; a 
frame for violg, jsc. 
Ca-^tor, a beaver. 
Cell, a small room or cave, 
-ell, to dispose of. 
Cel'lar, a room under a 
building. 
Sel'ler, one who sells. 
iCen~, a public tas or rate, 
ensc, reason, judgment. 
Cent, the hundredth part 
of a dollar. 



lex ; flinty. 
Cin'gle (sing'gl,) a girth. 



in'gle, ' one," alone ; to 
separate. 

Cinque (sinjk,) the num 
ber five. 

Sink, a drain ; to go down. 
Cit, a citizen. 
tSit, to be placed, to rest. 

Clam, a shellflsh. 

Ciamm, to clog, [music 
Clef (klif,) a term in 
Cliff, a steep rock, (stain. 

Col' or (kul'lur,) hue; to 

Cul'ler, one who culls. 
Com pie men'tal, filling, 
completing. 

Com pli men' tal, expres- 
sive of respect- 
Con cent', harmony. 

Con Bent', agreement ; to 
agree to. (ing. 

Con ces'sion, act of yield- 
Con ses'sion, a sitting to- 
gether, [as a jut. 

Co q?/et', to entice or trifle 

Co q7/ettc', a gay flirting 
girl. [or uncle's child. 

Cous'in (kuz'zn,) an aunt's 

Coz'cn, to cheat. 

Cud'dle, to lie low or close. 

Cud'le, a small seafish. 
Cyg'net, a young .swan. 

Sig'net, a seal. 

Dam. the mother of brutes; 
a bank to stop water ; to 
confine. 

Damn, to cond'^mn. 

Dam med (daird,) pre. of 
Dam, to confine. 

^am ned, pre. of Damn, 

CO condemn. 

Di rec'ter, one who directs. 

Direc'tor, one who has 

authority over others. - 

Dis'cous, broad, flat. 

Dis'cus, a*quoit. 
Done (dun,) per. par. of 
to Do. [mand a debt. 
Dun, a dark color ; to de- 
Dost (dust,) prea. t. of to 
Do. 

Du~t, fine particles of an.v 
thiftg. 



Drachm (dram,) the eighth 

of an ounce. 
Dram, a glass of spirits. 
Draft, a bill drawn for 
money ; a sketch. 
Draught, act of drawing, 
a drink iD„ek. 

Duck ed (dukt,) pre. of to 
Duct, tube, passage. 
E lec'tor, one who votes 
E lec'tre, amber. 
Em pii'i cal, used without 

science. 
Era pyr' i cal, containing, 
the combustible principle 
of coal. ' 

Fel'loe, the rim of a wheel 
Fel'loir, an as.s()ciate.[ger 
Fil'lip, a stroke of the fln- 
Phil'ip, a man's name. 
Fun' gous (fung' gus,) 
spongy, excrescent. 
Fun'gus, a mushroom. 
Furt, n. plu. of Fur. 
Furze, a prickly shrub. 
Gal'ley, a low vessel. 
Gal'ly. a printer's case. 
Ga zet', a Venetian coin 
Ga zettc', a newspaper. 
Gel'a tin, concrete aninia 
substance. [jelly, 

Gel'a tine, formed into 
Gest, a deed, action. 
Jest, a joke ; to divert. 
Gild (gild,) to oveila 
with gold. 
Guild, a society. 
Gil der (gil'dur,) one wh 

gilds. 

Grtil'der. a Dutch coin. 

Gilt(gilt,)pre. of to Gild 

Gwilt, crime, an offence, 

Gris'Iy, ghostly, hideous. 

Griz'zly, somewhat gray. 

Guest, a visiter, straneerj 

G»/ess ed, pre. of to Gue* 

Heard, pre. of to Hear. 

Herd, anumber of beast 

Hearse, a carriage io\ 

corpses. [tjon 

Herse, a kind of fortifici 

Him, /wo objective ca.seo 

Hym, a specif>s of dog.[H 

Hymn, a divine song. 

Hip, joint of the thigh. 

Hyp, depression of spiii 

Hist, a word commandin 

silence. 
Hiss ed. nre, of to Hiss, 
In, within. 

Inn, a tavern. [i. 

In ten'sian, act of strPtcii| 
In ten'tion, {".trpos-e.rie i: 



IV. 



« 10 11 II 
fferently fpelled 




a (flram,) the eighth 

I ounce. 

a jjla«s of spirit?. 

a bill drawn for 
jy ; a .<»kftch. 
ht, act of drawing, 

i (dukt,) pre. of to 

ube, partt»a>fe. 

;or, one who votes. 

re, amber. 

i cal, used without 

CO. 

' i cal, containing 
mbustible principle 

, the rim of a wheel 
t>, an a.s.^ociatetper. 
a stroke of the fln- 

a man's name, 
ous (fung' gus,) 
:y, excrescent. 
IS, a mushroom. 

plu. of Fur. 
I prickly shrub, 
r, a low vessel. 
. a printer'.s case. 

a Venetian coin 
!', a new-'j)aper. 
in, concrete an ;nia 
ince. [jelly 

ine, formed into 
deed, action, 
oke ; to divert. 
;!,'ilii,) to overla 
fold. 

a society. 
(gil'dur,) one will 

•. a Dutch coin. 
it j) pre. of to Gild 
;rime, an olFencc. 
ghostly, hideous. 
, somewhat tjray. 
a visiter, stranuerl 
■d,pre. of to Gue» 
ore. of to Hear, 
number of beasts,] 
, a carriage fo 
!s. [tionj 

akindof fortifica 
) objective caseo 
;pecifisof dog.[H 
I divine sonj?. 
int of the thigh, 
ipression of spiri 
word commandin 



k£LiI!2Iiil2id^!_l''"d, dove-tub»., tub r'iile Jn.li_H ' ^ * "* 



[inren/fer, a deviser 
teller of fictions. 
1 ven'lor, a finder out of 
something new; a con- 
triver. • 
fa^, a small load. 
[«;g, to indent, to notch. 
Jam, a conserve of fruits : 
10 wedge in. [chimney. 
[Jjimft, Bide piece of a 
t'tee, projection in ' a 
building. 

Ifet'ty, blh : as jet. 
Joust, tilt, tournament. 
Just, right, honest 
tun cate (jungk' it,) a' 
cheesecake, any deli- 
cacy. 

lunk'et, to feast secretly. 
Kill, to deprive of life. 
|K;ln. a stove or oven to 
bake or dry things. 
Tnab, to gnaw, to bite, j 
fab, to sieze, to catch. 
iKuag, a hard knot ini 
.Va,s', a small horse.[wood 
Tiiap, to bite. 
«p, a short sleep; sub- 
stance on cloth, [needles 
llCn-it, to weave with 
[Nit, an insect's esg. 
tnit'ter, one who' knits 
lifter, the horse bee. 
Lacks, prcs. t. of to Lack. 
ILax, loose, vague, slack. 
At in, the ancient Roman 
language. [tinned. 

>«t'ten, plate? of iron 
Led, pre. of to Lead. 
Lead, a soft heavy metal 
>e '■icn, to make less. 



*Ii"'^' * P®*"* Jown? girl 

Mist, small One rain. 

Miss «d, pre. of to Miss. 
Mum, a species of malt 

liquor; hush. 
Mumm, to mask. [seed 

Mus/tard, a plant and its 
Mus'tercd, pre. of to 

Muster. 
^et, a texture or snare 

woven withmeshe.s. 
J<ett, clear of charges, 

real. ' ° ' 

Nun, a female recluse. 
None, not any, not one. 

than two. 
Won, pre. of to Win. 
Pact, a contract, covenant 
I'ack ed, pre. of to Pack. 
Pa 'ace, a royal residence. 
Pal'las. a name of Minerva 
Pal ette (pal'jit, a paint 
er's board. 
Pal'let, a small mean bed 



quick blow; to 



4 
Pap, a 
strike. 

Jf^rap, to fold together, 
Kead.pre. of to Read. 
Red, a color. 
Heck, to regard, to heed. 
If^reck, destruction, ruin 
itast, ease, peace, quiet. 

Wrest, to take by force J to 
per vert. 

Ketch, to strain vomit 

»Kretch, a worthless. 

miserable person, 

Rig'ger, one who rigs 

Rig'or,8everity; strictness 

Km!,', to sound; a circle. 

JFnng, to twist. 
Rom'as.^e, (rum'mij,) bustle 
tumult. [closely 

Rum' mage, to search 

Rough, uneven, harsh. 

«ufr, a kind of dress for 

the neck. 
Rung, 



pre. of Ring to 
Pan^'nef, ^Justic saddle. %'^ ''''''> P^"' *' 'f to 



Say. 

Seth, a man's name. 

Scii'rhnus (skir'rus.) in- 

diirated, hard, fgla ,d 

•cir' Thus, an indurated 

4>cit'u ate, name of a town 

*>it'u ate. being in 

condition. 

. — o- (Sum, the whole. 

banging, sus-jsome, a part, [and heat. 

un, the fountain of lurht 



»re. of to Hiss. 

iin. 

avern. fie, 

:>n, act ofstrJ'dJi) 

)n, I'lirpos-o.rie i.f 



Han'ner, mode, method. 
Man'or, a lords jurisdic- 
tion. 

an'tcl, a chimney-piece 
i^n'tle, a kind of cloak. 



Pan'nel, a rustic saddle 

Pan'ic, sudden and 

groundless fear. 

Pan'nic, a kind of plant 
Pas, precedence. 
Pa.ss, to i^o, enact ; an en 

trance ; license to go. 

Pen'cil, an instrument for 

writing or p.iintin". 
Pen'silc, ' ° 

pended 
Per mis/ci blc, that may bei Sm, a male ch ild 

Mufti'ier, more subt?e. "^ 
Sut'ler, one who sells pro 
visions to an ann* 

Suc'cor, as.si..jtance, relief- 
,t'\J>P'l' [fi,sh.' 

uck'er, a young shoot; a 

hul'key, a carriage for one 
person. 

>ul/ky, sullen, moroee. 

I «ct, touch, feeling ; .skill 
Tayk ed, pre of to Tack 

Tii-ks. small nails ; j,rei 



& ri *"'^' * P"«^Pt- Pict, the name of a ti-ibc 
f^In ' » ^ .'^'"^'^ ' °^ *^- of ancient Britons wiio 
fn St'J' '"'* "" ^'^- P>'"*^d their bodL 
h«n"v **f** person; a Pick cd, pre. of to Pick 
bank, [money ; a rate. Hum, a kind of fruit 
Ley'y, to raise men or Flumfi, perpendicular- a 
mh, a member, a bough . lead and 1 fue " ' * 

;im;j, to draw or paint. Prac'tioc rnstrm i,«ku 
in^ ed (limd,) fiSed wit.. Pr^c'fK t'o^do "peSrt. 
r V,^ % ... . , Prac'ti ces, n, plu. 

Lim ne:i, pre. of to Limn. Prac'ti sp,, pres t 
■nks, pans of a chain. Prem'i ces, 11% fiuits v. 
,ynx, an animal | Prem' ^ es? i'nt:: "-,', 

lands, &c. [chil iren. 
Pnm'er, iir^^t book 
Prim'mer, more prim. 
Rab'bet. a cut> a la»>r)!r.^ 
joint ' ' "^ 



iiaii; * '"'"^''"^ sub-lRab'bit, a small animal. 
-fofHi • iL Rancor (rangk'ur.) ma 

et'tle, spirit, courage. -lianity, spite. "'^'^'"* 
links, n^p/u^f Mink. |Hank'er, more rank. 



t. of to Tack. 

toijTer.-^e, neat, smooth, [rate. 
I Pierce, a cask. 
Tinct (tingkt,) .nain, col- 
or ; to color. 
Tink ed,pre. of to Tink. 
Tong (tung,) the catch of a 
buckle. [of speech 

Tongwe, the Instrumen tj 






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Ftte, far, fait, fat, w hat — me, met, her, they — pine, pin, stir, shire, flim. 

""VfeRBArrnrSTLVCTIONS. 
Words, two or more of which are pronounced alike, but differently spelled 

and defined. 
6 
Lock)', a man's name, and 

of a place. 
Lous'h, a lake, a bay. 
Pol' y pous, having the 
nature of a polypus. 
Pol/ y pui, any thing with 
many roots or feet ; a 
tumor in the nose. 
Profit, jrain, advantage ; 

to benefit. 
Proph'et, a foreteller. 
Sar coph'a gous, feeding 
on flesh. fcolBn 

Sar coph' a pus, a stone 
Scot, payment ; native of 

Scotland. 
Scott, a man's name. 
Shock, concussfion, a sud- 
den shake ; a number 
of sheaves of grain. 
Shou?h, a shaggy dog, 
Ton'sil, a gland In the 
mouth. [clipped. 

Ton'.silc, that may be 

6 
Brews (brooz,) pres. t. of 
to Brew. for mangle. 
Bru/sc, a hurt ; to cru:*h 
Bruit, rumor, noise. 
Brute, an animal without 
reason. [of to Chew 
Chews ^tshooz.) prea t. 
Choose, to pick out, select 
Coom, grease of carriage 
wheels. [bushels 

Coomft. a measure of four 
Creux (kroo,) a term in 
engraving. 

Crew, a ship's company. 
Crew'el, a ball of yarn. 
Cru'el, inhuman barbarous 
Crews (krooz,) ship's 
companies. 

Crufsc, to rove over the 
sea ; a voyaae. 
Gal loon', a kind of lace 
Gal Icon', a kind of ship 
Groom, one who tends 
horses. 

Grume, clotted blood. 
Hoop, any thing circular; 
to enclose. 

sKCTiopr V. 
Words, two or more of which are pronounced nearly alike, but differentl; 
spelled and defined ; and which arc often misapplied and mispronounceLl. 



4 

Tract, 
book. 

Track ed,pre. of to Track 
Trav'all, toil, labor; to 
Trav'el, to journey, [labor 
Trip/© li, name o'f a coun- 
try, [or stone, 
Trip'o ly, a kind of sand 
Verge, brink, edge ; to 

bend. tend. 
Virge, a dean's mace. 
Verst, a Russian measure, 
Vers ed, well skilled. 
Weath'er, state of the air. 
Weth'er, a sheep. 

5 
Chol'er (kol'lur,) anger, 
wrath. 
Col'lar, something worn 

around the neck. 
Cob, the top or head ; the 

spike of maize. 
Cobb, a man's name 
Cock's'oomi, ajplant 
Cox'comft, a fop, a silly 
fellow. 
Com'ple ment, a full num- 
ber, [of civility. 
Com'pll ment, expression 
Cos, a species of lettuce. 
Coss, an Indian measure. 
Cot, a hut ; cover for the 
Cott, a small bed. [finger. 
De pos'i ta ry rde poz'e 
tur re,) one with whom 
any thing is lodged in 
trust. 

De po«' i tor y, the place 
where any thing is 
lodged. [goods 

Dock'et, a label tied upon 
I>o'(j[uiet, a warrant ; a li 
ot cases in court. 
Hock, a kind of wine. 
Hough, the lower part of 
the thigh. [wood. 

£'not, a tie ; hard part of 
Not, no ; a word of denial. 
Nott, a quantity of thread ; 
a man's ^.uire. 
Lock, an instrument to 
fasten doors or chesty. 



6 
IFhoop, a ihout ; to s »c>ut. 
Pool, a amall collection 
of water j 

Poule, the stakes at gamesj 
Room, .space,an ajiartment 
RAeum,thin watery matter 
Room'y, spacious, wide. 
RAeum'y, full of rhrum. 
Rood, fourth of an acre. 
Rude, rough, uncivil. 
Ru ed, pre- of to Rue. 
Threw (tktoo,) pre. of to 
Throw. [end, 

TKmugh, from end to 
To, unto, towards a place 
Too, likewise, also. 
Ttt>o a, couple, twice one. 
Yew lyoo,) a kind of tree, 
You, objective case of ¥ 
7 
Wood, timber, trees, forest 
WouM, jwe. of to Will. 

ou 
BoufA. a branch of a tree. 
Bow, an act of reverence; 
to bend. 
Brows, n. pin. of Brow. 
Brow.«c, to feed on branch- 
es, kc, 

Coun'cil, an assembly. 
Coun'sel,ad»/ice,to advis( 
Cow'ard, one deficient in 
courage. [Cower, 

Cow'ered, pre. of to 
Flour, fine part of grain, 
Plow'er, the blossom of 
plant. 
Foul, impure, gross, filthy 
Fowl, a winged animal, 
Foul'er, more foul, [birdj 
Fowl'er. one who catcli 
fowls or birds, 
if' )ur, sixty minutes [Wi 
Our, pro. posses, ca-eo 
Mouje, to catch mice. 
Mows, n. plu of Mow. 
Rout, a rabble ; a defeat] 

to dpf'\it. 
Route, a way, course. 
Rouse, to stir, excite. 
Rows, n. plu. of Row, 
riotous noise. 



A'bel, n. 
Af fu'sion,* n. 
Al lude', o. 
ai iufsion,* n. 
Al lu'sive, a 



1 

A'ble, a. 
Ef fu'sion,* n. 
E lude', V. 
E lu'siori,*>i, 
E lu'sive, a 



II lude/, V. 
Iliu'niua.n.* 
II lu'sive, a. 



1 

Ap praise', v. 
As say', n. and e. 
Be'tel, n. 

iii i''dal, ». 

Ce*se, V. 



tU; 



SI on, like zhun. 



Ap prize', v. 
£s say', v. 
Bee'tfe, n. 
Bi'i'die, n. ai 
Seize, V. 



ss 



Words, tw 
«l'elle<l ( 
1 

/Chirac, n. i 
ICnot, n. 
(y'pros.s. n 
Do cease', i 
Decer ta'ti 
Depra va't 
Di'vers, ». 
Drv'ad, M. 
Du'al, •. 
K'^ret, n. 
E lu'sor y, 
En due', o. 
KHhcw n. 
V.\ pe^di «n 
ri'iin ry, n 
F()re'ina,<t, 
Fu'rier al, » 
{;.i'bol, 71. 
'id'ln, «. 
(Jf'iii us, n. 
Ilu'me ral, 
I'Uc. a anc 
N'ii'val. a. 
Vf\'i.:'.nce. n 
Pi'late, n. 
F'o'e .sy, n. 
Vra ce'donc 
Pre pose', », 
Sni i vH'tior 
.So'ri OS, 71. S 
•■^U'ti )ri a rj 
Sui'tcr, n. 

TtT rene', a 
1 

Mr, n. 
1 

Oor po're al, 

Sword, n. • ■■ 
1 

t'a'rct n. 

t'oir ii;)'tion, 

Cieck, n. 

Eu'Io gy, n. 

Glu'tcn, n. 

(ilu'ti-ndus, t 

Ha'Io, 71. 
5 

:Hol'lotff> o. 
1 

Ha'ven. n. 

In ge'ni ous. , 

r.i vre(li'vur 

Ma't ice, 71. M 

N'pi'ther. a. ai 
I'a'tron.f n 
1'/- tole', n, 

rf'riure, n. 

I 
Co'mn, n, 

1 

iJrooch, tK 






'erently spelletl 



a shout ; to s inut.l 
I Hinall collect ion] 
;er 

he atakm at framnl 
pace.an ajjartnipnt 
hin watery matter] 
% spacious, wide. 
y, lull of rhi'um. 
turth of an acre, 
lu^h, uncivil. 
re. of to Rue. 
(tAroo,) pre. of tc 
r. [end. 

h, from end tol 
), towards a place' 
ewise, aluo. 
;ouple, twice one. 
00,) a kind of tree.) 
yective case of Y( 

imber, treec, fore 
f»re. ofto Will. 

abranchof atreeJ 

I actof reverencej 

d. 

I. pin. of Brow. 

to feed on branch-l 



pure, gross, filthy 
winy^ed animal, j 

, more foul. lbird| 

r. one who catch( 

or birds. 

xty minutes. [Wi 

0. posses, ca-e ol 
to catch micp. 

n. plu of Mow. 

rabble; a defeat] 

»at. 
way, course. 

to »ur, excite. 

n. pin. of Row, 

! noise. 



lu'„-i . V'ErtBAL Di.STIVCT/OV<! --■ — 

lUIiliod atwl mlar>mn«..„ 1 ' 



1 4 

-a J, syHtam 



imp. n ■«/) _ rii. ! _ i a 



Ichirap, n. and v. 
Iroat, n. 
I (y'pross. n 



VdccaHv' n. and v. Vh cue', n. and v 



Chine, ... 
Quote, |f, 
Cy'pru^, n. 



Oecflr ta'tion. n. 
Depra va'tion, n 
iDi'vrrs, ». 
Drv'ad, n. 
Du'al, m. 
E'jiret, n. 

Elusory, o. 

En (lu«»', 0, 

y.'lhf'v, n. 

V.x pf^ai »nr«, n. 

Ki'iiH ry, n. 

Fore'mast, n. 

1 ii'nor al, «. 

Ga'bel, n. 

(J'l'ln, «. 

O'nl u^, n. 

Ilu'me rul. a. 

I'llc. a and ». 

Na'val. a. 

Vniir'.nce. n. 

Fi'latc, n. 

Po'o sy, n. 
I Pro ce'dcncc, n. 
" Prf pose', ), 

Sal i VH'tif>n, n. 



Dis ««!r ta'tion, n. 
Den ri ra'tion, n. 
Di'vfrse, a. 

Dried, nre.oftoDry 
»u'j,I, /,. ^ 

E'^ri ot,t n. 
II lu'Kor y, a. 
In due', K 
Ei'ther, a and pro. 
Expc'(iient;j, ;,.d/u. 
Pi'ner y, «, 
Forf/raoift, a. 
Fu ne're al, a. 
Ga'ble, r*. 
Gav'ly, ad. 
Gf/nus, n. 
Wu'mor al.f o. 
I'dol.t n. I'dyl, n. 
Na'vel, H. 
Pa'tiftrits, n plu 
Pi'lot.t n. 
Po'jy, n. 

Precedents, n.p;« 
Pro posp', /I. 
Sal va'tion, n. 



Ewe (yu,) n. 
urope, V. 
Lieu, n. 
Loftm, n. 
Sew (so,) p. 
Tome, n. 
Woef, n.firf^. 

2 
Ba/m, n. 
3 

Ai/nt, n. 
Gape, w. 
Gawnt'let, n. 
Par'ti cip le, n. 

Ca/k, ». 
Cor'net, n. 
False, a. Fatdts, n 



1 ou, pro. » 

Group, t*. 
Loo, n. 
Loom, n. 
Som, n. 
Tom6, «. 
Woos, ;<ref. 1 

3 
Barm, n. 

Ant, n. 
Gap, n. 
Gant'let, n. 
Par ti cip'i al, «. 

3 
Cork, n. 
Cor'o net, n. 
piu. [nance. 



Ord'nance, n. Or di nance, n." Or'don- 
Quarts, «. ;,;„. of Quart. Quartz, n. 



. . -- ■■' '•• Jill va'iior 

>f'ii\rs, n. Se'nous, « >e'rous, 



I Stu'ti )n a ry, a 
Siii'tcr, n. 
[ Tcr rene', a. 

Ai'r, n. 

Oor po're al, a. 
•Sword, n. 

; 1 

JL'a'ret n. 
I.C'iL'-iiJi'tion, rt. 

Cieek, n. 

Etj'lo !iy, n. 
iGlu'ten, n. 
JGlu'tJ-ndus, a. 
(jHa'lo, n. 

I 5 

iHol'loi^, a. 

I ' 

Ha'vcn. n. 

]In ye'ni ous. a. 

[r,ivre(U/vur.)n. i^iver, n i» 
Ma't ,ce,n. Ma'trix,«. Mat'rass, n. Mat'' 
N e,'ther. a. and i>rv.Neth'er, a. 
.»/trnn+„ Pat'tern, n. 

Pi.*'til,w. Pis/toI,fn 
Ten'or,t n. 
6 

Com'ma, n. 



S'ta'tion er y, n 

Su'ture<JikefaA,)n. 

Pu reen', n. 

3 

Arc, plu. of Be. 

3 
Cor'po Tal, n. 
Sord, n Sward, n. 

4 
Car'at, n. Car'rot,f?t 
Co,!T nl'tion. n. 
■Crick, n, 

El'eiry.n. El'ogy.n. 
Glut'ton, „. *'' 
Glut'ton ous, a. 
Hal'low, V. 

Hal loo/, D. 

4 
Heov'en, v. 
In fren'u ous, a. 
Liv'er, n [tress, n. 



Vor'tl cal, a. 
Vor'tex, n. 

3 
Groat, n, 

4 
Ab sces'sion, n. 
Ac'ces sa ry, n. 
Ac'cj dencc, n. 
Acts, n. plu. 
A dul't(='r ejis, », 
Af feet', V. 
Al'i ment, n. 
Al 1 men'tal, a. 
Al i meu'ta ry, a 
Ar'rant, a. 
As sis'tancc, n. 
At ten'dancc. n, 



Vei'ti cal, a. 
Ver'tex, n. 

fi 
Grot, n. 
4 

Ab «cis/sion,» n. 
Ac'ces sor y. a. 
Ac'ci dents, n. plu. 
Axe, n. 
A dul'ter ous, a. 

fEf feet/, n. and v. 
I'e ment, b, 
1 e menftal, a. 
£1 e men'ta ry, a 
Er'rant, a. 
As sis'tants, n. j»ir»/ 
At ten'dants, n ^,. ,, 



-- .v^. ,,. Jii leii'u 

»^' .?•/'• '''"• Of Axe.Ax'is, n. 



i'a'tron,f n 
I'i-^ tole', n. 
I'«.''nure, n. 
I 
Co'ma, n. 



Bar'()ii,f n. 
But'ter i^, n. 
Cap'i tal, n. 
Cap'tor.t n. 
Cen'ser, n. 
Cen'ta« ry, n. 
Sen'try, n. 
Cit'rine, a. 
Colonel (kur'nel,) 



Bar'ren, a 
But'trestt, «. 
Cap'i tol, n. tn. 

Cap'ture(nike<«/i,) 
Cen'so, (sen'.%or,) n 
Cen'tury(fn; e<«4) 

01t'ron,t n. ^" 

'1. Ker'nel, n. [n 



- --,.•■-■ in"i»ici,y /i, Aer'nei, n. fn 
Cour a.it', n. Cur' rent, n. Cur'ranf „. 






Brooch, tv 



6 

Brooch, n. 
* «ion like zhun. 



Curb, ». and v. 

Cym'bal, n. 

Dam'reing. pif. 

De pen'dant, n. 

\l)e s'cen'dant, n. 
jDe fcen'sion, n. 
jDes'ert, n, 
|i)e «er\ c', » 
I Earn, v. 
IE lapse', t>. 



jhoJ.ik» short «^" 



Kerb. n. 
Sym'bol.t n. 
Dam'ning,por. 
Depen'dent, a. 
De scen'dent, a 
Dis sen'.<ion, ». 

■•-•3 3^1 :.•» 71, 

Dis .-serve/, ». 
Urn, n. 
n lapse', n. 




BOOK.-- ^AIlT IT. 

.Fata, f^r. fail. 4id4=5g^J!Sj4jz2J.ne. pt^l^^^^^ 
'jr^.A /^^»AL DISTINCTIONS, AND THE TERMINATIONrh " 



4 

1 K h'cjt, V. 



II li'cit, a. r*n 



t. Iw'ion,* n. E lys'i an,* a. E lys'i im, 
Lm'a nant, a. Em'i nent, a. Im'ma nent 

Ittl/mi TkAn* ^ . 



Im'mi nent, a. 
E merpre', i>. 
E mer'8ion, n. 
E miit'^ion, n. 
E mit', V. 
E rup'tion, n. 



[a. 



Itn merge', v. 

Im mention, n. 

Im mis/aion. 

Immit', V. 

^ - -r I '~ Ir rup'tion, n. 

^x'ercue, n.anc ». Ex'or cue, v. 
Per'rule, n. Fer'u la, n. 

Pir (ler,) n. Pur, n. 

OrHm'ble, ». 6am'bol,f n. and b 

Oes'ture (* like toA,^ n. Jes'tftr, n. 
faran'iiei, o. Gran' deur (ffran'jur.) «. 



Im pa»'5a ble, a. 
jin'ci (Jence, n. 

In'ao cence, n. 

In tense', a. 

Le'KlH la tor.t n. 

Lin'i ment, ». 

Lifer ai, «. 

Lumbar, a. 

Mal'icc, n 

Mat'in, a. 

Mcl'al, n. 

Med'dler, n. 

Me^'j^e, n. 
Mil'le n» ry, a. 
Min'im, n 
Min'u et, n. 
Mi.s'»al, n. 
Pal'ate, ». 
Pan'der, ». 
Par ti'tion, n. 
Pas'.-a ble, a. 
Pas/tor,t n. 
Peorl, n. 
PenMant, », 



Im pa!.><<ii ble, a. 
In'ci dent», n. plu. 
Iii'iio cents, n. plu. 
In tents', n. j»/«. 
Le'ffis la ture, n. 
Lm'e a ment, n. 
JLit'to ral, n. 
Lum'ber, n. 
Mal'lowe, n. 
Mat'ting, n. 
Med'dle, ». 
Med'lar, n. 
Mes'iiuage, n. 
Mil'lin er y, n. 
Min'um, n. 



Re'g i men, n. 
Rel'ic, n. 
Res'! dence, n. 
Sal»vage,n. 
Sculp'torf, n. 
Sec're ta ry, n. 
ttects, n. p2u. 
Sepfti cal, a. 
"Serf, n. 
Serge, «. 
Spii'it ous, a. 

Sub'tile, a. 
Subtile ly, ad. 
Sub'til ty, n. 
Sur'plice, n. 
Tack, n, and v. 
Tan'nin, «. 
TAreod, n 



Re/gi ment, n. 

Rel'ict, n. 

Re«'i dents, n. »/«. 

Hel'va«e,n. [/,*,„. 

Sculp»ture («lijce 

Kec'ta ry, n. 

Hex, n. 

Skeiyti cal, a. 

Surf, n. 

Surge, n. 

Spii'it uoua (tlike 

tsAi a. 
Suit'le, a. 
Suii'ly, aii. 
Suftt'le ty, n. 
Sur'plus, n. 
Tact, n. 
Tar>'ning,n. 
TArid, » 



rra pan', n. and v, Tre pan', n. and «, 



Wheth'or, pro. 

4 
Cus'tard, n. 
Rej/m, n. 

4 
Gal'lon.t n. 
Cur'ri er, n. 

6 
Bod'ice, n. 
Chron'i cal,t a 



- — . ..^..v, ... fcii'ueni, a 

Pom'ace(pom'aa,)n.Pum'ice, n. 
PrCce dent, n. Pre.'i dent, n 
Pree'ence, n. -. . » 

Pre cent'ment, n. 
Prin'cee, ». plu. 



Min'ute (min'nit.) n. Con'ti nence, n. 
Mis'^ile, a. Cor'al, n 

Pal'ette,n. ' 

Kpn'iiore, «. 

Pe ti'tion, n. Im i.oo'forjn. 

Pas'si ble, a [n. 

Pas/ture (UikeftA,) 

Purl, n. 

Pen'dent, a 



Whith'er, od. 
6 

Cos'tard, ». 

Roi'in, n. 
6 

6al loon', n. 

Cou'rier, n. 
fi 

Bod'iei, n. plu. 

Chron'i cle.J n. 

Con'ti nents, n. pft*. 

,_ ., ,.. Cor'ol,tn. fplu. 

Cor respon'dence, nCnr re span 'enU, n 
pi$ jol'va ble, a. Dis «ol'vi bi. n 



Pnnce, n. 
Prin'ci pal, m. 
lR»d»i cal, 0i. 
Rav'en, v. 



Pros'ents, n. plu. 
Pre sen'ti ment, n. 
Prin'cess, n. 
Prints, n. piu. 
Prin'ci pie. n. 
Raa'i cle, n. 
Rav'in, n. 

CHAPTER IL 



Mon'e ta ry, a. 
Pop'lar, n. 
Pol'u lace, n. 

6 
Cru'et, ». 

Join'ter, n. 

OK 

A loud', a. 
Cow'ard, n. 

Boy. 



Impos'tuUe (tlike 

<«/»,) n. 
Mon'i tor y, «. 
Pop'u lar, o. 
Pop'u lous, a. 

6 
Cru'set, n. 

Join'ture (t like t*A) 

ow 
Al low ed', pr«. 
Cow'herd, n. 

ttoy 
Buoy, n. and «. 



lermination kd. 

Wor.U In which «! la sounded distinctly, when preceded by d or t, or foUowed 

by ly or nen. 



I 

Da'ted 
jHa'ted 
Do'ted 
jBratd'ed 
,Ex clu'ded 
Re peat^ed 

Ad vi'ted nes8 



S 

Card'ed 

Part'ed 

De part'ed 

Dili card'ed 

Re gard'ed 

3 
f» j»- • 

Ap plaud'ed 
* $ like zh. 



'7 



4 

Act'ed 

Ad'ded 

Dread'ed 

Fit'te.! 

Hint'ed 

Mdt'ed 

riatned 

Stint'ed 

t like short u. 



4 
Riv'et ed 
Buffet ed 
Ac cepl'ed 
Con (fuut'ed 
Con vict'ed 
In jf raffed 
In tru<t'ed 
Beii'e fit ed 



6 

Profit ed 

8 
Cov'ed ed 

o» 
A noint'ed 
Ap point'ed 

OM 

Con found'ed 



_\£h like A. 



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"iMli..l.lf 



147 



or followed! 



!i2L!I2£l n£Mo, gdod^dore-tube, tub, ^le, bill-dew, crew-fly, system 
TEi^INATION£i)-Aim^TARlABLElDrTHOGRAPHYr^ 

^h'e 2 Ldd?d to fhl"fJrf *«™in«V«n «*. » suppressed in the pronunciation, and 
consonintf A^r I *^°"8°'n& syllable, when preceded by a vowel, or by the flat 
consonants A, g, I, m, n, r, r, *, or ,, if it be wunded lilie ,, or flat <A ; L robbed, 

1 3 4 

I?'I5'!; Ann'ed Rub'bed 

Bla»ied Charm'ed Beg'ired 

U'«ed 8 Dun'neJ 

Breath'ed Wann'cd i 

Cri'ed Warn'ed Com bi/ned 

Th?rf'JL"u)rd^^iL*r J^iV*™'"**'"!! "'' '^ «"PPr«8«i in the pronunciation, and 
' confoSs f |J'*^-«' r. S^^A°"r^ ^i^^ the preceding sylla^ble, after the shar? 
tonsonanis c,y, *, ;., «, «, c*, c*, »A, gA, ajfc, ,c, jt*, or sharp th ; as dask ed, datht 



Ro'bed 

Ilait'el 

Drai'n'ed 

Flow'ed 

Fear'ed 



Hack'ney ti 
Jour'ney ed 

8 
Hon'ey ed 
Mon'ey ed 



1 

Pa'ced 

Cha'fed 

Ba'ked 

Ho'ped 

Ceaii'ed 



Ask'ed 
Task'ed 

6 
Cotigh'ed 
Toss/ed 



10 
Pi'qued 

4 
Finish ed 

1 
Re proach'ed 



Per plex'ed 
An nex'ed 
Co a les'ced 
Ef fer veVced 
Mim'ick ed 



CHAPTER III. — VARIABLE ORTHCaRAPHT, 



Phye'ick ed " 
Traf/fick ed 

5 
Frol'ick ed 
Betroth'ed 



r^h^^fnYu^ * ™?f® .e^ensive list of wVrTs o7 V^^irble'orthoffriDhv. •« See 
Language /'"^"P*^"* *"** Orthoepical Guide to the PeculiarUieslf'tfiWiSi 



Language." 

Ba'sta 

Bri'er 

Cal ca're ous 

Cha me'le on* 

Cham pazga't 

Clew 

Cloak 

Col on nade^ 

Con trol' 

Cowl/ter 

iDi ar rAoe'a 

JDi'o cess 

Dote 

Du'el list 

En clofo' 

En rol' 

Ex ceed' 

Fi'bret 

Im bo I'd en 

In snare' 

I'iinjr glass 

Jew'el ler 

Jcw'eller y 

(Li'cense 

JLu'creJ 

Mai e'en n tent 

Alea'tferll 



Mis eel la'ne oua Or'ches tre*t 
Mi'tre^ Por'poi»e 

Mos che'to* Tor'toi»e 
Xe>,'0 ti a'tionir Warr/ior** 



Se'cre cy 

Shote 

Si'ren 

Sub poe'na 

Sue ceed' 

Sur vi'ver 

Teo'»el 

TAe'a tret 

TAouil 

Vol ca'no 

Wea'«el 

Wo 

2 

Ar'ti «an 

Gaunt 

Mar'vel lous 

Pars/nip 

Sarce'net 

3 
Ap pall' 
Bato'ble 
Cors'let 
En dorse' 
Fal'ter 
In stall' 
In etall'ment 
Nat/eAt 



Chem'lst* 
Chem'is try* 
Cim'e ter 
De ppatch' 
De vel'op 



4 
Miz'zen 
Mo las/see 
Mul'lein 
Niche 
Non pa re«l' 



Deyel'opment Offence' . 
Di aer'e sis Par'a lyze 



Dis/cre pance 
Dutch'ess 
Dys'pep sy 
Ec'sta sy 
Em pan'nel 
Em'per ess 
En'ter prise 
En vel'op 



Pat'ro nise 
Ped'dler 
Pic lu resqi/e' 
Pi men'ta 
Pin'cere 
Pre tence' 
Rail'ler y 
Rec'og- niee 



Ni'tre; 
O'c re*t 
O paque' 
Pa rol' 
Po ta'to 
Frai Ft'e 
Pro ceed' 
ftai'n'deer 



■ 4 

A bet'ter 
Al lege' 
Am bas'sa dor 
An'a lyze 
Bur'den 
Bur lesque' 
Cam'let 



En vel'op ment Ren'ard 

Ep'aw let 

Et i quette' 

Pi nesse' 

Ful fil' 

Ful fil'ment 

Gam'ut 

Germe 

Gim'Ietll 

Gran'ite 

Gro tesque' 

Hag'prard 

Ha I I'd i work 

Hav'ock 

Heaii'ache* 
Im bit'ter 
In stil' 
In struc'ter 
In trust' 
In wrap' 
Jel'ly 
Lus'tref 
Mas'^a cref 
Mer'chan rtise 



Res'pite 

Rev'er y ' 

Rib'and 

Sal'ad 

Hat in etf 

Scep'treJ 

Ser'g^eant 

Sieve 

Skep'tic 

Skep'ti ciam 

Skil'ful 

Spec'tret 

SteWil 

Sub tract' 

myn'o nyme 

Tat'tler 

Teint 

Tip'pler 

Trav'el ler 

Tri Jyi la big 

Tun ' " 

Tui'nip 

Tyr'an niie 



'.I^^}}^J^cJn^^^ t re hke'^ ,;V^d. VS ^l?.e ,£ 



4 
Wil'ful 
Wil'ful nets 
Yebt 
S 
A posita cy 
De pos'ite 
Em pov'er ish. 
Hoi'y day 
Hypoc'nsy 
Im bod'y 
Mosqwe 
Re iios'ite 
Sol'der 
War'ran ty 

6 
Ac coti'tret 
Doub loon' 
Ma noeu'vrej 
Rack oon' 
Sooth 

Ful'ness 
Wool'len 

Sir'up 
Sponge 

9 
Hej'noua 
Skein 

10 
Bom ba sin' 
Guil lo tine' 
Pe lisse' 

Av oir du pois* 

Rec on noi'tre} 

CM 

Coun'.sel lor 



/' 






;■ ** i' like y. 



J 



COBB'S NEW SPELLING BOOK.— PAKT *V. 



=^ 



Fate, f.r, falUfaVghat-me^^t^ p?n, sti?. sh!?e. flJL . 

VAllIABLE AND IRREGULAR PRONUNCIATION. 

,17„„ .„ .„ . , . CHAPTER IV. — VARIABLE PnONUNCIATIOIf. 

\Vords in which a, at, and ea sound like a in /afe. PorRpmarVann Vori«M« ^ 
'c.re ay iSS sT^e^SlV/n". ?oTre///ri" !,"! K £"S;!;, 

Kt Hftsn M?V p *^i 2rH^ ^*^^o ^er Cross Moss i 
^ ast Hasp Mask Pant Plas/ter 8 Dross To^s 

Clasp Lass Mass Plant Slan'der Cost . Loss Ac co.t 

%^^£ " n!^^„^i„'i^ •"^Al«"-.«^ ^yr, sound like ^Znett' ''''' 



4 

Ask 

Asp 



a 

.11 



4 Per 'jure 

Clerk Per'son 

Nerve Ser'mon 

Serve Ser'peut 

Term cer'vant 

Verb Ser'vice 

Verse Her'vilc 

Were Ver'bal 

Cei'tain Ver'dict 

Clet'fry Coerce' ^ 

Fer'tile Con cern' Re verse' 

Fer'vent Con fer' Re vert' 

Fer'vor De fer/ Sub eerie' 

Her'mit De ter' Sub vert' 
|J ler'chantDi.vei^e' Cer'ti fy 

ivler'cy Di vert' "" ' 

Per'fect Ex ert'f 



Im merse' 
In fer' 
In serf 
In verse' 
In vert' 
Observe' 
Per vert' 
Pre fer' 
Pre serve' 
Re serve' 



Per'ma nent 

Per'pe trate 

Per'qui site 

Per'se cute 

Per'ti nent 

Ter'mi nate 

De ter'mine 

E ter'nal 

Extei'nal 

Fra ter'nal 

In fer'nal 

In ter'nal 

Ma ter'nal 

Ad ver'bi al 
«,".■-■'., Adver'sity «.i,| 
-Mer'can tile Ad ver'tiscment MirtA 
Per'fl dy E ter'ni ty Skirt 



Su per'flu ous Cir'cait 
Su pel la live Cir'cus 
U ni ver'sal Cir'cle 
U ni xer'si ty Fii'kin 
An ni ver'sary Skii'mish 



Earl 

Earth 

Lcffrn 

t^earch 

Eor'ly 

Ear'nest 

11 
Firm 
GirdJ 
Girlt 



Vir'fjm 
Vir'tiiell 
Af firm' 
In firm' 
Cir'cu late 
Cir/cu lar 
Cir'cum cise 
Cir'cuiu stance 
Fir'ma ment 
Ex tir'pate 
Af fir'ma tive 
In fir'mi ty 



Words in Which „, «e, ui, and e^rp^el-edeTby r, InToo before *, souSl'as^ in 

move 
Cru'el ty 
Ru'di ment 
Ru'nii nate 
Scru'ti ny 
Excru'ciate} 

Word,, ylT^y p?»S.5'„cS>acce„.e.,rr„.hlch'-Jo°°n'«l p.'il.rrSt/.Ty 

preceding Spelling Lessons *"*'/• »"y 



6 

Crude 

Prude 

Rule 

Spruce 

Truce 



Trurt Ru'ral 
Bru'tal Scru'ple 
Pru'denceTru'ant 
Pru'dent Tru'iy 
Ru'in Intrude' 



True 
Ag crue' 
Im brue' 
Fruit 
Re ciUit' 
Brew 



Screw 

Shrewd 

Book 

Brook 

Cook 

Crook 



Look 

Nook 

Rook 

Shook 

Took 

Crook'ed ness 



Pa'tri ot Com mit'tee 

Pe cu'li ar Com pen'sate 

Pe cu'ni a ry Con tem'plate 
- - - Pro nun ci a'tion^Cyl'in der 

Ex am 1 na'tloni Pro pi ti a'tion^ Deaf 
Ho n'zon Punc tu a'tion||ir Dis'syl la bic 

Ma'tron Re nun ci a'tion^ Ec cle si is'ticft 

Modula'tion** Tues'day Feb'ru a ry 

he'd! ence U'ni on Guin'ea 



As so ci a'tion} 
Ed u ca'tion** 
En thu'si asmff 
E nun ci a'tion} 



Sat'ur doy 
Skel'e ton 
>~yl'la ble 
Wroi>^on 
6 



7 

Cush'i'on 

8 
Com'bat 
Com'rade 
10 



Com'men da ble Ca price' 
De mon'strate Fa tiir«e/ 
Mon'o syllable Intrigue' 
Prom'isc Po lice' 



IVritten, 

A'pron 
Bu reau' 
Door 
Floor 
I'rou 

Main tain' 
Suf flee* 



CHAPTER v.— inRKGULAn pRowunciation. 



PronouTiced. 
1 

a'purn 
bu ro' 
dore 
flore 
i'urn 

men tane' 
suf fize' 
4 



A gainst' a genst' 



Ifritlfen. 



Pronounced 
4 
blud 
biz'nes 
biz'ze 
krist'yun 
klab'burd 
Complex'ion kom i^lek'shun 
Cpn nex'ion kon nek'ahun 
Cup'board kub'burd 
i:-= ccrn' liiz zeni' 

Flood flud 



Blood 
Busi ness 
Bu sy 
Chrls'tian 
Clap'boar.i 



Written 

Lieu ten'ant 

Lan'guage 

^ia'ny 

Neph'ew 

Once 

Pret'ty 

Sac'ii fice 

Said 

- ug gest' 

Wo'men 



Pronouvced. 

4 
lev ten'ant 
lansi'gwij 
men'ne 
nev'vu 
wun sc 
prit'fe 
sak're flze 
sed 

sug jest' 
wim'min 



iS 



GEO 

When Get 

little hatchet 
my thing thi 

Among the 
his father's d 
Iree. This 1 
re.e was enti 

The next n 
lis favorite tr 
^im any thin? 
fifeorse made 
iiid his fathei 

This was a 
lesitated for s 
11? at his faiF 
:Iiarin of hon« 
ou know I ci 

" Corae to I 
laid me for th 
^aysbe hero 



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aical Guide " 2 
Scar'ci ty ■} 
Ap pa'rpnt ' ; 
Tian-spa'ient i 
f, and in not. 'i 
OSS Moss !« 

•OSS TOi-3 'I 

iss Ac cost \l 
1 met. 
ir'ctijt 
ir'cus 
ir'clc 
ii'kin 
kii'mish 
ii'(fin 
ir'tticll 
Ffirm/ 
1 firm/ 
r'cu late 
r/cu lar 
r'cum cite 
I'cuju stance 
r/ma ment 
t tij'pate 
' fir'ma tive 
fii'mi ty 
sound as o in 



ok 

ok 

ok 

ook 

ok 

Jok'ed ness 

erly in any 



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Cush'ion 

8 

Com'bat U 
Com'radeil 

10 
Ca price' 
Fa tipe' 
In triswe' 
Po lice' 



Pronouvced. I 

4 :i 

lev ten'ant ;' 

lanu'gwij 

men'ne 

nev'vu 

ivunsc 

prit'fe 

^ak're fize 

«ed 

fvtfi jest' 

rvim'min 



!S 



II 



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^SHINGTON AND HIS HATCHET 

'rlfvi^A! °/:5.^^'« ^«ther .a've him « 



GEO! 
When Geo 
little hatchet. p ^a, vp^,, r«n^' "^"' ""' '""'•^'^ ^ave Dim a 

mv thins thui , his^vay ^""'^^^"d was constantly hacking. 

ree was entirely ruined ™ "'"°''' °"« ''"''' ""« *« 

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Fate, f If, fit 11, fat, what — me, mrx, lier, they — pine, pin, stir, shire, firm- 




The camel is a native of Arabia, where it has, from 
time immemorial, been used in traversing those immense 
[deserts of scorching sand. Horses and mules could not 
carry the same burdens, or endure the same fatigue and 
want of water which the camel can ; and, God has, there- 
fore, fitted him for the countries where he has placed him, 
and adapted him to the service of man. 

Of all the quadrupeds with which the earth abounds, 
the camel is the most tame and submissive. He kneels 
down to be loaded and unloaded ; and, even when over- 
burdened, often makes the most piteous complaints, with-! 
out. offering the least resistance. 

The feet of the camel are peculiarly adapted to the soil 
on which he is to tread. They would be injured on stones ; 
andj he could not well support himself on moist and slip- 
pery clay ; but^his broad hoofs enable him to travel with 
perfect ease on the dry and parched sands of Arabia. 

The camel can travel forty hours^ or more, without food, 
and eight or nine days without drink, as his stomach is so 
iformed by nature, that he can retain several days' suppl) 
!of water. 

The milk of the camel is rich and nutritious; its flesh, 
iwhen youiur, is also excellent and wholesome food: and 

ijits hair, or fleece, which is very soft and fine, is manufac- 
jtured into almost every article necessary for clothing and 
j;the covering of tents. 



i i iiJTi'iii ,1'r^v s 




it has, from' 
3se immense' 
;s could not! 
fatigue and 
d has, there- 
placed him,' 

th abounds, 

He kneels 

when over- 

laints, with- 

d to the soil 
cl on stones ;j 
ist and slip-l 
travel with 
Arabia, 
'ithout food, 
omach is so 
lays' supply 

is; its flesh, 

food ! and. 

is manufac- 

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n o, nor, not, to, good, dovfr— tube, tub, rule, bull—dew, crew, fly, »ytt<m . 

PART V. 

This Part contains the names of Slates, Counties, Towns, Cities, 
Villages, Mountains, Lakes, Rivers, See. in ihe United States ; proper 
names contained in the New Testament ; and the names of Men and 
Women, pronounced according to the best authorities and customs. 
The same rules are to be observed with respect to the figures and 
silent letters in the pronunciation of the words in this Part as of the 
words taken from the Dictionary. C is soA like «, before «, t, and y, 
and hard iike k, before a, o, u, Z, r, and t;g likej before e, t, and y, 
and hard before a, o, u, I, and r, and at the end of words and sylla- 
bles, unless otherwise noted. Ch has the sound of <«A, and gh and 
ph the so nd of/. 

The words in this Part are not classed with regard to their tirmi- 
nations, but are classed alphabetically according to the number of 
syllables in each word so as to be more easv to be referred to. 

CHAPTER I.' 
I^ames of Counties, Towns, Cities, &c. in the United States, 



1 

Clyde 

Gai'nei 

Gates 

Hindt 

Lyme 

Meigs 

Niles 

Q,ueen« 

Stokes 

TAame« 

Wales 

Yates 

Zoar 

i 

Bart 
3 

York 

4 
Berks 
Berne 
Bibb 
Bucks 
Burke 
Cass 
Glenn 
Kent 
King* 
Lynn 
Mentz 
Phelps 
Welij 
Wilkes 

6 
JTnox 
Ross 
I'odd 

010 

Lowndes 

oy 

Floyd 
Troy 

imc ' 'iwi 



1 1 1 

A von Greens burg New bern 
Ba»n bridg;e Green bush New burg 

Bla den Green field New ftcid 

Bolton Green land Newport 

Bre ton Gwys burg New ton 

BrigA ton Has tings New town 

Bru tus He bron Ny ack 

By ron Hines burg Oak land 

Ca diz Ho bart O vid 

Cai ro Ho mer Paines ville 
Cam bridge Hones dale Peeks kill 

Ca naan Hope well Pike ville 

Ca to HugAs burg Plain field 

Clai borne Hu ron Pla to 

Clay ton Ire dell Po land 

Clear field I slip Port land 

Cleve land James town Queens to'n 

Cly mer Ja va Read field 

Cole brook Jones burg Reeds burg 

Cortland Keese ville 

Co vert Knowl ton 

D&y ton Kort rigAt 

Dear born Lees burg 

Deer field Le hIgA 

Do ver Le on 

Dry den Ley den 

East ham Li ma 

Eos ton Lo di 

East town Lo gan 

Ea ton Low ell 

E den Ly ons 

E n'e Ma con 

E rin May ville 

Evesham Mays ville 

Fair field Mead ville 

Free port Mi Ian 

Freetown Milo 



Gat'nes ville Mi na 
Go shen Mo hawk 
Gran ger Na pies 



RAine beck 
Riga 
Riley 
Sa lem 
Say brook 
Scri ba 
Snow hill 
So dus 
So Ion 
StougA ton 
Swe den 
Swedes burg 
Wades burg 
Wake field 
Way land 
Wai/nes bur 
IrrjgAts tow ft 
Zanes ville 
2 

Ark wrigAt 
Arm strong 



a 

Bar ton 
Carl ton 
Car mel 
Charles ton 
Charles town 
Clarks burg 
Clark son 
Clarks town 
Clarks ville 
Dar by 
Hard wick 
Har lem 
Hart ford 
Hart land 
Hart wick 
Har vard 
Mar cy 
Mar low 
Mar pie 
Marsh field 
Pa/m CT 
Parma 
Spar ta 
Star key 
Staun ton 
Taun ton 

3 

Al ford 
All burg 
Al 5tejd 
Ati bum 
Bald win 
Ball stcn 
Corn wall 
Craw ford 

Dau phin 
Dor set 
George town 
Gro ton 



8 

HorMhl 
Hot ton 
Lau rena 
Law renc« 
Mau mee 
Norfo/k 
Nor ton 
Norwaik 
Nor way 
Or leans 
Or well 
Paul dinff 
RaA way 
Ba leigi 
Sa CO 
Shaw ne« 
Tor but 
Wald buw 
W*U kill 
Wal pole 
Walton 
War ner 
War saw 
War wick 
York town 
York tU1« 
4 

Acton 
Ad am« 
Al mond 
Al n« 
Alton 
Am boy 
Am hem 
An cram 

Ash field 
Ash ford 
Ash land 
Ash ton 



Gray son New ark Bar nard Haw ley Asb Till* 




1 5 3 4 6 P^T s 

Kate, far, fall, fa t, wi at-me, met, h v. 
Names of Counties Town*, ckiJ 



4 

Bar re 
Bar ry 
Beck et 
Bed ford 
Bel f»3t 
Beilo.ville 
Ben son 
Ben ion 
Berk ley 
Berk shire. 
Ber lin 
Bl an ford 
Blcn hefm 
Blounts ville 
l^fad ford 
Bran don 
Bran ford 
Bridge port 
Bridge town 
Br id port 
Brim fteU 
jliris tol 
'Bruns wick 
Btirn Aam 
Bur (on 
Butler 
Bux tan 
Cai ais 
Ual.l well 
Cam den 
Camp bell 
Camp tQn 
Can ton 
Car roll 
Caa CO 
Cas trie 
C«» well 
CatHkiU 
Chai^Jiam 
Chelmeford 
Chel sea 
Chesh ire 
Clar ence 
Clin ton 
Dal las 
Dan by 
J)an» rill* 
Dan ube 
iDan ville 
Ded Aam 
iDel iji • 
Delta 
Den mark 
Deit ton 
Deijt £ord\ 
Der by f A 
Dox tCE !A 
Doug tas. . 
Dres den 
Dcum mond i 
Dudley 
Diln daflr 
Diin kirk 
DOrAam 
Dutch ess 



Edge field 
El bert 
Elk hart 
Elk ton 
El lis 
£1 more 
En f.eid 
Es py 
Eh se« 
Etna : 
Ev an» 
Fell- Doint 
Pish kill 
Fitch burff 
Plat bush 
Flem ing 
Fletch er 
Fhwh Ing 
Ful ton 
Gal en 
Gal way 
Ger man 
Glas go JO 
Glenn ville 
Graf ton 
Gran by 
. Gran ville 
Gtiern sey 
Guih] hall 
Gjtil ford 
Had dam 
Had l«y 
Ham den 
Ham burg 
Hamp den 
Hamp shire 
Hamp steod 
Hamp ton 
Han cock 
Hector 
Hemp field 
Hemp stead 
Hen dricks 
Hert ford 
Hills dale 
Hina dale 
Hud son 
Hunts burg 
Hunts ville 
Hur ley 
Jack Son 
Kinjis ton 
Lam prey 
L&ng don 
Lan siqg 
Led yard 
Lej'ces ter 
Len ox 
Lm den 
iLind ley 
Lhs bon 
Litch ftfild 
iiUd iQto 
Lump kin 
r— ' 



4 

Lyn field 
Mai den 
Mai ta 
Med ford 
Mem phis 
Mend ham 
Men don 
Mifflin 
Mil ford 
Mill field 
Mil ton 
Min den 
Mun cy 
Mur ray 
Mya tic 
Nash ville 
Nas sau 
Natch ez 
Nel son 
Par is 
Pel Aam 
jfem broke 
Pen tVeld 
Penn« ville 
Per ry 
Pick ena 
Pitts burg 
Pitts field 
Pitts ford 
Pitts town 
Platts burg 
Plymp ton 
Preb le 
Pres ton 
Prince ton 
Pult ncy 
Put nam 
Put ncy 
Pan dolph 
Read ing 
Red field 
Red hook 
Rem sen 
Rich field 
Rich ford 
Rich land 
Rich mond 
Ridge fiold 
Riii(.;e way 
Ridley ^ 
Rip ley 
Rip ton 
Rush ville 
Rus sell 
Rut land 
Rut ledge 
Sand toich 
Sedg u>ick 
Selma 
Shar on 
Shef field 
■■^ncl ourne 
Shel by 
Shel don 



BOJK. — PAKT 

Mh'v— pine, pin, stir, Nhiie. l irm- 
>, 4cc. Ill uie United stated. ^ 

4 A 



4 

Sid dey 
Sing Sinq; 
Spaf ford 
Spen cer 
Spring tield 
Staf ford 
Stam'ford 
Stan ford 
Stan hojje 
Ster ling 
Straf ford 
Stras burg 
Strat ford 
Strat ton 
Stume town 
Stur bridge 
Suf field 
Suf fo/k 
Sum ner 
S*imj» ter 
Sur ry 
Sus sex 
Sut ton 
Tal bot 
Taze well 
Tis dale 
Tren ton 
Tium bull 
Trux ton 
Tully 
Tun bridge 
Ulster * 
Var ick 
Ven ice 
Ver non 
Vies burg 
Vin cent 
Web ster 
Wen dell 
Wend Aam 
Wes ley 
West field 
V^e^t ford 
Wes ton 
West port 
West town 
Wil cox 
Wil kin, 
Wil let 
Wil lis 
Will, burg 
Wilson 
Wil ton 
Wind Aam 
Wind ,or 
Win field 
Will, lotp 
Win ton 
W^rent ham 
Young, town 
^ 6 

■003 ton 
Brock port 
Collin, 



5 

Flor ence 
Foe ter 
Glowccs ter 
Gos port 
Hoi land 
Hoi lis 
Hop kin, 
JoAn, burg 
JoAn son 
JoAn, ton 
JoAn, town 
iTnox ville 
Lock port 
Mos cow 
Og den 
Or ange 
Ox ford 
Pom fret 
Pom pey 
Pomp ton 
Pots dam 
Pot ter 
Potts ville 
PJov ince 
Reck land 
Rod ncy 
Rox burg 
Scotts ville 
Stock bridge 
Stock port 
Stod dard 
TAomp Son 
tol land 
Tomp kin. 
Vol ncy 
Wal do 
Wal lace 
War ren 
Wat son 

6 
Bloom field 
Boone ville 
Brook field 
Brook lyn 
Gooch land 
Ho sick 
Troup* burg 

Wol cott 
Wolf burg 
W'ood bridg 
Wood stock 
Wood ville 
Worces ter > 

8 
Mon son 
11 

It ving 

Kirk land 

Vir gil 
on 

Bound brook 

Bour bon 




1 

na. 



3 



ow 
'Bow doin 
jBi'own, vi: 
Crown Pol 
iHow ell 
Cow nal 
Kow ley 
1 
i-'npo Feor 
iDvi buqwe 
jFatt quier 
iFort Plain 
jl^a Grange 
il<a p/er 
|La porte 
JLe Ray 
iLong Bay 
jLong Lake 
|JLo raine 
|Ma coniA 
Ma lone 
Mc Lean 
iMon roe 
iMon tro,e 
Pe ru 
jRoan oke 
pa line 
I'Sa lomo 
jTy rone 
IV^er saiUe, 
Ve vay 

2 
Gi rard 
3 
jiVew York 

4 
But dett 
|De Kalb 
jDe Witt 
Ji^ai/ettc 
iPortAnn "" 
jLu zerne 
'jPenn yan 
iPoil Penn 
l^teu ben 
iVer gennc, 
jVin cenne, 

! 6 -rr 

jBel mont 

;Cler mont 

Ver mont 
C 

Cal hown 
|lLa goon 
INaw voo 
lYa zoo 
! 10 
IMo bile 

iL <"" 

|(Des moinc, 
JjDe troit 
I'll* tnoi! 
'jVVest Point 

■ oy 

l(Le Hhy 

[iSa^roy 

~-Tirimii'iirt'^ 



10 11 




Naiue, 
ow 
JBow do in 
jBrowns ville 
Crown Point 
lllow «-ll 
I'ow iial 
Row ley 
1 
■jL'np.-; Tear 
tou buqwfi 
[FaM quier 
Fort pia,n 
f^a Grange 



4 

lub, 



orcouniies, Town 

^ 4 

^^ ker, f,f.i,i Ab be ville 
«la rten, burg Ab in- do a 
J.ol mg broke Ab intf ton 
CambridirenortAccomack 
Ohamber, burg Allen ton 




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, Ciiie.-s, 6:c. in theUKitid JstattS: — ^ 



<pmi 



I La. pier 
ILa jmrte 
|Le Raw 
|Long Bay 
iLong Lake 
|JLo lajne 
iMa com* 
jMa lone 
,Mc Lean 
;Mon roc 
Mon tro*e 
Pe ru 
jRoan eke 
Sa line 
'Sa lomo 
JTy rone 
iVersaiUej 
Ve vay 

2 
Gi rard 
3 
Ntv York 

4 
, Bur dett 
0e Kalb 
pe Witt 
,'Fay ette 
[Fort Ann 
jLu zern* 
iiPenn yan 
iPort Penn 
'Steu ben 
!Ver gennc* 
Vin cenne« 
! 6 

jBel mont 
;Cier mont 
Ver mont 

C 
Cal hown 
^La. goon 
Na7< voo 
iTa zoo 
! 10 
Mo bile 
oi 
Dea moinc« 
petroit 
ilift nioil 
jW'est Point 

IjLe Roy 
liSa yoy 



Cho CO nut 
Coble* kill 
Col ches tcr 
Pa bi us 
Fay ette villc 
Green ca.^ tic 
Ho bo ken 
Ho gans burg 
Hoi der ness 



M lens town 
Am ster dam 
An der >?on 
An do ver 
Ash bor ovgh 
Ash burn ham 
At kin Son 
Attala 
At ti ca 



Lane« bor ovgf, Av o oa 



Lew is burg 
Lew is ton 
Lew is town 
Lo gans port 
Lu nen burg 
Ma ry land 
New i-as/le 
New ins ton 
O ber lin 
Paint ed Post 
Pe tcrs burg 
Pe ters ham 
Qua ker town 
Sla ter.» vilJc 
Ste phcn town 
Steu ben vitle 
Ste vcns burg 
^tuy ve sant 
Tru manj burjr 
U ti ca ° 

Wa ver ly 
2 ' 

Ar ling ton 



Bar retts hurt 
Barring ton 
Bat ten ville 
Bed ding ton 
Ben ning ton 
Ber narcis ton 
Ber ri en 
Bev er ly 
Bing ham ton 
Bi'an ly wine 



Em niits bwrg 
E' l/ier town 
Ev ans ham 
Ex e ter 
Fer ri.s burg 
Fish er« tVeld 
Flem ing ton 
Fran cis ville 
Fred er ick 
Gal la tin 
Gal lo way 
Ger man town 
Gjdl der land 
Hack en sack 
Hack ets town 
Hu(i don fjeld 
Hal i lax 
Hal low ell 
Ham il ton 
Han ni bal 
Hart o ver 
Hiir rinij ton 
Har ris burg 
Har ri Pon 
Har rods burg 



Bicck en ridge Hav er ford 
i^ndge water, Haverhill 
Buck ing ham " 
Buf fa lo 



Bar ne gat 
Barn sta ble 
Car bon dale 
Car ters villc 
Farmers villc 
Far ming ton 
Har mons bur"' 
Har pers field" 
Har win ton 
Mar ble town 
Mail bor o;/irA 
Mar tins burV 
Mar tins villi 
3 

AI ba ny 
Bal ti more 
JDor dies ter 
G corgi a 
Hor nells villc 
Law der dale 
Lawrence ville 
Or wiirs bunr 
•val ion ham 
Wa ter ford 
Wa ter town 
Wa ter ville 
Wa ter vhct 



Bur lintr ton 
Bur rill viUc 
Bur son vMIe 
But ter nuts 
Oal la way 
Cam bri a 
(-am er on 
Can a dice 
Car o line 
Car roll ton 
Car roll ville 
Cas tie ton 
Cen tre villc 
Chap el hill 
Cher o kee 
Ches ter field 
Chester town 
Chip pe wa 
Chit ten den 
Clar eji don 
Clay er ack 
Crit ten den 
Cum ber land 
Cum ming ton 
Dar i en 
Del a ware 
Dick in son 
-Dun sta ble 
Ed in burg 
Ed mon son 
Ef finyr ham 
Egg har bor 
Eg re mont 
El li cott 
Ellington 
EI lis bui 



Hav er straw 
Hel e na 
Hen der son 
Hen ri co 
Her ki mer 
Hills bor ough 
Hub bard ton 
Hun ter don 
Hunters town 
Hun ting don 
Hun ting ton 
lb er villc 
Jack Son ville 
Jef fer son 
Ken ne beck 
Ken sing ton 
Kil ling ly 



Mid die burg 
Mid (lie field 
Mid die sex 
Mid (lie town 
Mil ledge ville 
Mil ling ton 
Min i sink 
Nan ti coke 
Nash u a 
Nev er sink 
Par idi villc 
Pat er son 
Pendleton 
Pen ning ton 
Per in ton 
Phil ips burg 
Pick a way 
Pick ens ville 
Pick er ing 
Quin e ba«g 
Bens se laer 
«an dis field 
Sar a nac 
Scip i o 
Sen e ca 
iShel by villc 
ShepAerdstown 
^hep Aerds ville 
Ship pens burg 
Still wa ter 
Sul li von 
Sun der land 
Tar ry town 
Tem pic ton 
T'v er ton 
Tuck er ton 
Tyr ing ham 
Wei ling ton 
Wells bor owgA 
West bor ovgh 
West ches ter 
Wes ter ly 
W'est more land 
West min ster 



Lam berts ville Wil bra ham 
Lan sing burg Wilkes bar re 

~ "■ Tit :i 1 . 



Lan sing ville 
Leb a non 
Len a wee 
Leom in ster 
Leon ard town 
Lex ing twn 
Lim er ick 
Liv er pool 
Liv ing ston 
Lud low ville 
Mad i son 
Man ches ter 
Man li us 
Mar i o" 
Mas sil ion 



Wil ling ton 
Wil lis ton 
Wil lovgA by 
Wills bor o?/gA 
Wil ming ton 
WiUon villc 
Win ches ter 

6 
Bol i var 
Box bor ough 
Cot y don 
Cov en try 
Flor i da 
Koi iio ton 
Hop kin ton 

1\.T„_ i- 




Meek len burg Mon ta guc 
Mori den Morris town 

Merrimack Morris ville 
Mjpxi CO Og dens burg 



M 



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1 3 3 

Fate, fu r, falU 

"NameH of Counties, Towns, Cities, 8ic 



4 6 14 8 9 

fat, what— me, met, her, they- 



S 

Or ange burg 
Or ange ville 
Or e tron 
Ot ta'was 
Ot ter creek 
Pon ti ac 
Pen to toe 
Pot tola ville 
Prov I dence 
Prov ince town 
Rob ert son 
Rob e ion 
Roch es ter 
Rock a wat/ 
Rock in<u h'am 
Rom u lu4 
Rox bor oi/gA 
TAom as ton 
War ren ton 
War ins; ton 
Wash ini; ton 
Wa.'^h te naw 

G 

Bloom ingrburfv 
Bloom iiij» dale 
Bloom inggro/e 
Coop era town 

8 
Cov in/» ton 
Som er ville 
Ston In-,' ton 
Som er set 

11 
Cir cle ville 

oy 
Roy al ton 

ov> 
Bow doin ham 

1 
Ar CO la 
Au ro ra 
Ber mu da 
Cay u ga 
Cat/ u ta 
Co ne sua 
De ca tur 
De rwy ter 
Du anes burg 
El mi ra 
]E so pus 
jFair ha ven 
jGa lena 
;Ge ne va 
jGe no a 
;Gre na da 
I ow a 
Ja mai ca 
iLi vo ma 
IMc do nough 
;Ma ho ning 
:Me di na 
Mo ri aA 
jN«w Haven 
O «;ee chce 
a hio 



• 1 

O nei da 
O ro no 
O* we go 
O tego 
Ot se go 
Ot se lie 
O we go 
Pal my ra 
PaoH 
F&i sa ic 
Po to mac 
Po to si 



Paw tuck et 
Paw tux et 
Pow hattao 
Pu la:« ki 
Ra ven na 
San dus ky 
Sa van na4 
St. Al bam 
Te cum seA 
Tom bis? bee 
TuTikhannock 
U lys ses 



1 4 8 Id n — 

'pine, pin, stir, shire, firm- 
in the United States^ ~~" 
1 1 

Fe ter bor ough Mon te zu ma 
4 Natch i to chei 

At tie bor ough On on da jra 
Brattle bor ovghVen «a co la 
£1 li cott ville Sar a to ga 
Fed er als burg Tal la de ga 
Ren selaer villeTus ca ro ra 
Shen an do aA Vil le no va 
6 Wy a lu sing 

Hoi li dai/s burg 3 



PoMirA keep 8,e Ur ban a 

Sa li na Vi en na 

Sci o to 

Shan da ken 

St. Claire ville 

Ti o ga 

To le do 

Van Bu ren 

Ve ro na 

West Ila ven 

Wf o ming 



Ann Arbor 
Sag har bor 

3 
B05 caw en 
6e au ga 
Mil wau kt'e 
New Or leans 
St Lato rence 
W.» war sing 
Wee hato ken 

4 
Aa kan sus 
Au gus ta 

Bark ham stead Chick o pee 
Ca mil lus Gen e see 



West hamp ton 
Wis c as set 

5 
Co hoc ton 
Co shoe ton 
Gol con da 
Hock hock ing 
Ly com ing 
Mount morris 
O was CO 
Pe nob scot 
To wan da 
Wis con sin 

6 
Mis sou ri 

8 
New Lon don 

Port Roy al 

1 
Am 03 keag 
Bel vi dere 
Chcs a peake 



Co has set 

Co lum bus 

Cox sack 10 

Din w id di'e 

Dru €il la 

East hamp ton 

Flu van na 

Fort Ed ward 

Ha van na 

fTen tuck y 

Ly san der 

Man hat tan 

Mar eel lus 

Mi am i 

Mi ner va 

Mount Ver non O le ah 

Nan tuck et Riv er head 

New Betl ford 6 

New B«ir lin Clar e mont 

NewHamp shire 6 

New Jersey 

New Lis bon 

New Wind sor 

Oc mul gee 

O tis CO 

Pa taps CO 



C&ugK na wa ga 
Ar ca dia Cat ta rau gus 

Ba ta vi a Tus ca raw as 

Ca ho ki a 4 

Fre do ni a Al a bam a 
Je ru sa lem Cat a wis sa 
La CO ni a Cher ry Val ley 

M<tg no li a Hen ri et ta 
Mo ra vi a In (1< an a 
Na po le on Ju ni at a 
On ta ri o Ma ri et ta 

Pe o ri a Wis sis ^ip pi 

Sa lu bri a Monti cello 

Sem pro ni us Os we gatch ic 
Su pe ri or Knc a rap pa 

Syl va nia Sus que ban na 

Van da li a Tal la has see 
3 Tal la hatch ie 

CoTK cor di a Tus ca wil la 

4 Unadilla 

A mer 1 ca Yp si Ian ti 

A mcr i cus 5 

An gel i ca Hou sa ton uc 
Annapolis Lackawanna 
Co lum hi a O ne on ta 
Con nect i cut Po ca hon tas 
E lyr i a Ton a wan ta 

Hi ber ni a 6 

Kas kas ki a Tal la loo sa 
Ma mar o neck Tal la poo sa 
New Leb a non Tus ca loo sa 
Ni ag a ra 3 

Pis cut a way Al ta ma ha 
Sar din i a 6 

Tus cum hi a Ka la ma zoo 
Vir gin i a Tip pe ca noe 

6 *" 1 

I ron de guot Cal e do ni a 
Wi com 1 CO Can e a de a 
8 Caz e no vi a 

Port Cov ing toMo non ga li a 
Mont gom er y Penn syl va ni 
1 Pitt syl va ni al 

Al le gAa ny §pott syl va ni 
Ash ta bu la Tran syl va ni 
Bar ce lo na 4 

Can an dai gua Phil a del phi a 
Can as to ta Skan e at e les 
Can is te o 1 

Kin- der hook Cincinnati Monongahel 
San dy hook Cin cin na tus Ti con de ro 
Wa ter loo Cuy a ho ga 4 

Wes ter loo Gen e se o Can a jo har-j( 

oy Mam a ka ting Co lum hi an a 

Hon e oye Mas sa chu setts In di an ap li 



Gen e vi'eve 
Pu «^ moke 
Sem i noles 
Syr a cuso 
Ten nes see 

2 
Al be marie 

3 
Chick a saw 
Mon tre al 

4 
Bas ken ridge 
Ger man flats 
Kit tan ning 
La Fay ette 



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!l!MlHw>oMo ^Jod. dove-tub^ tib. rSle. bull-dew, cre'w-fly, .U. m 



4 



Frank ford 
Frank foit 
Frank lin 

1 

Wythe 
A thol 
For syth 
Ports mouth 

I 2 

iCar thage 
Dart mouth 
[Tar mouth 
3 



vvoid:. m which n, m an accented syllable, is sounded likenjj. 



444 

Jr^nw*""^" Pinckney Duncan,Tille 

Lhwi/n"^" V*,. Franklin dale 

Words in vtn tn /A has its first or sharp sound. 



Franklin town 
Frank lin ville 
Lan cas ter 



4 

Beth el 
Elh worth 
Fal mouth 
Plyra outh 
Smith field 
Smith town 
Smith ville 
South wark 
Thet fon4 



North bridg:c Tin mouth 
North field Went worth 
North port 6 

Thorn ton Mon mouth 



"^ ad< worth 
9 

Wey mouth 
ou 

South bridge 
South field 
South wick 

1 
North east 
South ea^t 
South old 
1 
O gle thorpe 



3 



North borou^A North amp ton 



4 

Ith a ca 

Kil ling worth 

Mar a thon 

Mer e dith 

South ing ton 

Ruth er ford 

ou 
South bor ouvA 

1 * 

Re ho both 



North cas ^le 

10 
Cath a rine 

4 
North um ber land 

fi 
Chil i coth e 

4 
E liz a beth town 

1 
North Car o li i>a 
South Car o li na 



«7„V^. • , Z ^'\ ^ S'e tnorpe Re ho both South Car o li 
I ^ Words m wluch A is sounded before the «,. though writlen after it 

|WK!1L^S:S? ^SiaSiy ^fton Whitleys.in., 

words in wS Xfore'^.^.Tel is a 00^0*.^^.^.^ sou^eiVl^e'/ 



1 

Jun ius 

8 

On ion 

i 



4 4 1 

will 'IZ'^l'^ ^'" '*°^ *°^« A« rel ius 
Will lam Son 1 Mont noi iai- 

Will iam, port A m.I ia Pha" iaUa" 

Words in which cA has the sound of ,h. 



4 



Chati ta« que 
Chi ca go 

4 
Che pack et 
Co chec ton 



Char lottes ville 
Mich i gan 
New Ro chelle 

5 
Char le mont 



Char lotte Che mung 

1 2 

Cham plain Char lottes town 

3 ] 

Che raw Ch®5«ba ^« ...cc ion c 

g ^ Words m which cA has the sound of *. 

Schroon ScW ,er jiricho Sckohlne SchenJctady 

Sch^dack &y\^?li„e Ma J as ll'XZZ'^^e An pa lach i cL 
The following words do not properly belong with any' of tSfpr'^^X' ^ 



Written. 

Lisle 
BeaU rort 
Coey mans 
6or ham 
Gra ti ot 
Green wich 

Ar gyle 

Ban gor 
Ber gen 
Ged des. 
G^r ry 
Gib Ron 
Har wich 
Ips wich 
Smyr na 

Nor wich 



Pt'onouTiecJ. 

1 

lile 
bo fort 
kwee manz 
go rum 
gra shut 
grreen ij 
3 
ar gile 

4 

bang gor 
ber gen 
ged dez 
ger re 

orfH e«l«* 

n-" — "t 

har rij 
ips ij / 
smer na 

5 
nor rlj 



Written. 

Woolrwich 

Car lisle 
Mo reau 

Ames bu ry 
Ha gers town 
New bu ry 
iftueens bury 
Shrews bu ry 
Xe ni a 

Sails bu ry 
Sau ger ties 

As bu ry 
Ci ce ro 
Dan bu ry 
Eng lish town 



a 



ProTwunced 

7 

wul ij 
1 
kar lile 
mo ro 
1 

amez ber re 
ha gurz town 
nu ber re 
kweenz ber re 
shruze ber re 
ze ne a 
3 

sawlz ber re 
saw gur tiz 
4 ^ 

az ber re 
sis e ro 
dan ber re 
ingglishtown 



I 



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1 j34 6 I4S9 1 4 8 10 11 

Fate, f ar, fall, tat, what- mo, met, hor, they — pine, pin, stir, shire, flim- 

Proper Names contained in the New Testaiuent.. 



Written. 

Get tys burpr 
Gib bona ville 
Ma CO don 
Nan jja men 
yan ijers field 
Shafts bu ry 
Sims bu ry 
Weth ers field 
Wor thing ton 

Lou i3 ville 

Wood bury 

Long Island 
Rhode Isl and. 

Che nan go 
New Eng land 
Musk ing um 

St. Lou is 



Pronounced. 
4 
get ti7, bur^ 
gib bunz vil 
mas c dun 
sang ga mon 
sang gurz feeld 
shafts ber re 
simz ber re 
weth urz feeld 
wur thing tun 

6 
loo e vil 

7 
wud ber ro 

1 
long lie and 
rode ile and 

4 
she nang go 
nu ing gland 
musk ing gum 

6 
St. loo e 



I 



Written, 

Gouv er neur 
Ter re haute 

II 11 no is 

New bu ry port 

Can ter bu ry 
Glas ton bu ry 
Mid die bu ry 
Mur freed bor ough 

Chit te npn go 
Lou i i'i an a 
Al ex an dri a 

Con e wan go 

Gal li po lii 
Prai rie Du chien 

Hav re De Grace 



Pronounced. 
1 

fuv ur nure 
er ra hote 

oy 
il le noy 

nu ber re tiort 

4 
kan tur ber re 
glas tun ber re 
mid dl ber re 
mur f reez bur ro 

4 
tshit te nang go 
loo e ze an a 
a] egz an dre a 

S 
kon 6 wong go 

1 
gal le po lees 
pra re du sheen 

4 
hav ur da gras 



1 1 

* o, nor, r 



CHAPTER II. 



Proper Names contained in the New Testament. 



1 

Crete 

Greek 

Jude 

Luke 

Mede* 

RAodea 

Spam 

3 
Pnwl 
SaiJ 

6 
JoAn 
1 

Abel 
Agar 
A mon 
A lam 
A ser 
A zor 
Ba laam 
Balak 
Ba lak 
Bo oz 
Bo zor 
Ca na 
Ce dron 
Ce phaa 
Ce sar 
Cni das 
Co OS 
Co sam 
De mas 

Egypt 
E sau 
Felix 
Ga za 

* II I WML 



1 

He ber 
He brewj 
Heli 
Ja cob 
J a red 
Ja son 
Je sua 
Jo ab 
Jo nan 
Jo nas 
Jo ram 
Jo rim 
Jo se 

Jo 86* 

Ju daA 
Ju das 
Le vita 
Li nu3 
Lo is 
Lu cas 
Ma gog 
Me nan 
My ra 
Na in 
Na um 
Ne ri 
Ne CO 
No e 
Obed 
O sec 
Pa pho» 
Pha lee 

Pha re» 
Phle gon 
Pi late 
Pu dens 



1 

Ra ca 
R a gaw 
Ra hab 
Ra ma 
R^e sa 
RAo da 
Ro man» 
Sa doc 
Sa lim 
Sa mos 
Sa ron 
Sa tan 
See va 
Si don 
Ti mon 
Tro as 
Ea ra 
Ze nas 

2 
Car pus 
Mar cus 
Sar dis 
Tar sus 

3 
Clau da 
Cor ban 
Dor cas 
Jor dan 
Paw lus 
Quar tua 
4 

Abba 
Ad am 
Addi 
Al pha 
An nas 
As SOS 



4 
Bias tus 
Cres cen» 
Clem ent 
Der be 
Es li 
Es rom 
Fes tus 
Gen tilcj 
Her mas 
Her mon 
Her od 
Jam brea 
Jan na 
Jan nea 
Jas per 
Lyd da 
Lys tra 
Nym phas 
Pat mos 
Per ga 
Per sis 
Pris ca 
Rab bi 
Rem phin 
Sal mon 
Samson 
6 

Joppa 
Ol iVM 
Pol lux 
Sodom 
1 

A bra hsm 
A dri a 
Be li al 
Cle phas 
£ lam ites 



Ga bri el 
- Ho ly GAost 
Ja i rus 
Ju pi ter 
Ma di an 
Na a man 
Ne re us 
RAe gi um 
Si na i 
2 

Ar te mas 
Bar na bas 
Bar sa bas 
Par me na 
Sar di us 

3 
Clau di a 
Clau di us 
4 

Ag a bus 
Am pli as 
An ti pas 
Ap pi i 
Bab y Ion 
Dam aris 
Did y mus 
El mo dam 
El y mas 
Em ma us 
Ep a phras 
Eph e sus 
Gal i lee 
u.-ii II a 
Is la. el 
Italy 
Jer e my 
Jez e bel 



,^ 4 

Luz a rus 
I.ib a nus 
iMag dela 
JjMag da leu 
r.Man a en 
I, Mel i ta 
iMid i an 
jNin eveA 
[Nin e vitej 
(Nic o lai 
I Pat a ra 
jlPat ro bas 
lifer « a mos 
!Phai i sees 
jPub i) us 
pacj du cee» 
I Sf'm e i 
llSergi us* 
jjSil o am 
I Stpph a nas 
I Syr i a 
|i>yr i ans 
|Zab u Jon 
IZeb e dee 

5 
iJos a phat 
lOl i vet 
iPon ti us 
ISoi o mon 
iTroph i mus 
I 1 
|A bi a 
Ja bi u(? 
■Al phe us 
jAr e tas 
|A zo tus ' 
Bar je sus 
Barjona 



1 

a ath 

lia mar 
ha ra 
rhcu das 

ith ens 

lat than 

fat that 

lat thew 

6 

tor inth 



1 

Jo a t 

•■i 
Part 

4 
Beth 
Beth 1 
Beth] 
Ephp 
Gab b 
Jeph t 
Mat ti 



chaz 

chim 

chor 
hi OS 
hlo e 
hu za 

noch 
Written 

Ga ius ga 

Gre cians gre 

^'' per ni j 



1 

La n 
Mol 
Na c 
Ra c 
San 
Stat 
Syci 
. Pi- 



10 11 

lire, Aim— 

It.. 

Pronounced. 

1 
ur nure 
ra hote 

oy 

noy 

)er re port 

tur ber re 
tun ber re 
dl ber re 
f reez bur ro 

4 
; te nang go 
e ze an a 
>;z an dre a 

S 
e wong go 

1 
e po lees 
re du sheen 

4 
ur da gras 



t. 

iel 

GAost 
us 
ter 
I an 
man 

us 

i um 
i 

mas 
1 bas 
I bas 
le na 
us 

lia 
lius 

)U3 

i as 
pas 
i 

Ion 
iris 
mus 
dam 
i&s 
a us 
hras 
sua 
ee 
a 
1 

ny 
>el 




3 a 6 7 

*owinrj_not^,j^oo(l. 



8 
dovt 



[ 
-til 



BO0& PART 



ist 



4 

I Luz a rus 
I.ib a nu4 
iMag de la 
Mag da leu 
Alan a en 
|Mc'l i ta 
IMid i an 
Nin e veA 
iNjn e vitei 
|Nico la^ 
I Pat a ra 
|Pat ro baa 
Per^a mos 
, Phai i sees 
iPubli us 
Sad du cee» 
Sf'in e i 
Ser gi us* 
jSil o am 
(ii'teph a nas 
Syr i a 
liiyr i ans 
I'Zab u Jon 
Zeb e dee 

i' * 

J<»s a phat 
,01 i vet 
fPon ti us 
iSol o mon 
iTroph 1 mus 
I 1 
A bi a 
|A bi u(? 
Al phe us 
Ar e tas 
lA zo tus 
'ar je sua 
lar jo na 



Proper Names conln 
1 
B«> re a 
■Ber ni ce 
C'a i nan 
Cy re ne 
Hi a na 
£lias 
Eliud 
E ne as 
■Bu bu lu8 
■£u phra tea 
Jo SI as 
Ju de a 
La se a 
Leb be us 
Me le a 
Men si as 
Mi le t«.< 
Ni ca nor 
O mega 
O zi as 
Pha nu el 
Phe ni ce 
Phi lemon 
Phi le tus 
Rab bo ni 
Ko bo am 
Sal mo ne 
Sa lo me 
Sap phi ra 
Sil va nu* 
Ti me us 
Try phe ne 
Try pho 8a 
U ri as 
Uz zi ah 
Ze lo tes iv 

4 
A bad don 



n 



A grip pa 
Ar phax ad 
Am gus tus 
Ba rab bas 
Da mas cus 
Dru sit la 
£ Its tus 
Ho «&n na 
Jo an na 
Ma nas noi 
Na as son 
Nar cis sus 
P lym pas 
Phi lip pi 

Phygeflu* 
Pris cil la 
Sa rep ta 
Se cun dus 
Ter tuJ lus 
Ty ran nus 

6 
A pol los 
A poll yon 
Co los se 
Go mor raA 

Dam as cenej 
<iad a renrs 
Naz a renes 

1 
A ra bi a 
A ra bi an« 
C'yreni ans 
f y re ni us 
Demetrius 
K li a kim 
■£u o i as 
tra ma li el 



V, 
♦ ' 1 fi ~ "1—4- — - 

"**?' b»»lr-^w, crew, tlv,-»jntiirh 
tlHf Iffrw Testntnent. ~ 



1 



1 

^a ath 
riia mar 
riia ra 
iThcju das 



t^l.»».. -Kr 1 /t 



He ro di ant 
He ro di as 

I CO ni um 
Je ru sa lem 
Ly sa ni aj 
Ma le le el 
Mer cu ri us 
Pre to ri um 
Pu teo li 
Sa ma ri a 
Ti be ri as 
Tl be ri us 

4 
A eel da ma 
A min a dab 
Am phip o lis 
An tip a tris 
Be el ze bub 
Ca per na um 
De cap o lis 
Em man u el 
E pen e tus 
Gen jie« a ret 
I'lyr i cum 
Is car i ot 
Ne ap o lis 
O nes i mus 
Para phyl i a 
Phi Ijp pi ans 
Sa mar i tan 
Sa mar i tana 
So sip a ter 
Tro gyl li um 

6 
Di ot re phe* 
£uroclydon 
Her mo ge ne* 
Nicopo lis 



Jo a tham 

•■i 
Par thi an« Safi VoTli 

Bethany Tab i tha 
tuTt Vu" «*^^" ^^ ^e™ Tim o thv 
latthan Beth phage g ^ 

a t^* ,^Ph|?'« tha Golgotha 
'f''^"£ll\*^_'^SostLne*. 



th ens 



4 J 

^^VJ^^h Thaddeus 
Ne^h tha lim 4 

Beth ea da 

^0 Tin thus 

1 



. 6 

Phi lul o gus 
Zo rob ab el 

1 
Ab i le ne 
An a nl as 
- Andro ni cu^ 
Bar ti me us 
Ces a re a 
E li se us 
Ez e ki as 
Eor tu na tus 
Gal i le ans 
Hy men e us 
Id u me a 
It u re a 
Jec o ni aA 
Jer e mi as 
Mag da lo ne 
Myt e le no 
Nic o de mui 

4 
Bo an er ge» 

J 
A pol lo ni a 
Lye a o ni a 
Nicolai tanj 

4 
Ad ra myt ti um 
Hi erap o lis 
On e siph o rus 

6 
A re op a gus 

1 
Ar is to bu lus 
E paph ro di tus 
Da od i ce a 
P« ca ti a na i 
Mes o po ta mi a' 



Beth ab a ra 
Bi thyn i a 
Cor in thi an» 
Ge nes a reth 
Na than a el 
a 



Thy a ti ra 

4 
Mar an ath a 

1 
E thi o pi a 
Thessalo nians 



5 

!or inth 



chaz 

chim 

chor 
hi OS 
hlo e 
iiu za 

noch 
Written. 

Ga ius 
Gre cians 

N'i per 



Jeph tha e 
Mat ta tha 

1 

La moch 
Mo loch 
Na chor 
Ra chab 
Sa ruch 
Sta chys 
Sy char 



Mat thi as 



A bi a thar 

iinf "'.*,"* Barthoi'omcw 1 

Khu^'a'i^'^'^^^i^- Arimathia 
Sa la thi el Dal ma nu tha 
rb'"^Si^f"A^»«*t«thias 



Words in «r»„vi. 2 ^^"^ "'^ ^lat ta thi t 
words m which ch has the sound of k. 



The* sa lo n i ca 
Tali tha cumf 



I 

ga yus , 
gre Shan*" 
ni gur 



Sy chem 

4 
Char ran 
Mai chus 
Mel Chi 
1 -^ 
■Bu ty chus 



Mi cha el 

4 

An ti och 

Cen chre a 

Is sa char 

Jer i cho 

Syn ty Che 



Jf Titttn. JF 



A si a 
Ca ia phas 
Cre ti ans 



Pronounced. 
1 

a zhe a 

ka ya fas 

kre she anz 



Tych i cus 

6 
Proch o rus 

1 
Chal de an» 
Cho a zin 
ZftC che us 

Written. 



Ju li us 
Lu ci us 
Phry g;i a 



Ar chip pus 
Mel chisedec 

1 
Ar che la us 
Bar a chi as 
Trach ni tis 

Pronounced. 
1 

ju le.us 
lu she us 
f ri je a 



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cobb'b new spelling book. — PART y. 



1 



1 as 
Pate, far, fall, 



4 & 1 4 

fat, what— me, met. 



8 9 1 
her, they — pine. 



4 8 10 11 
pin, stir, ah ire, flrm- 



The 
irrittm. 

For cl ua 

Lyb la 
Nagge 
Ap phi a 
A quit a 
Gid e on 
Ly da 
My4 1 a 
Ter tl us 

A cha ia 
£ «a iai 

Fi Sid la 

Ger ge sen w 

Dal ma ti a 

£ phe si ana 
Ga la ti a 



mimt usual Names ol* Men and 
Pronounced. Writltn. 

1 
pore she us Ga la tians 

4 Se leu ci a 

libya 
nagge 
af ea 
ak kwii a 
gid e ua 
liish e a 
mizh e a 
ter Bhe ua 

1 
akaya 
e za yas 

4 
pi aid ya 
1 
ger ge senez 

1 
dal ma the a 
e fe zhe anz 
gal la she a 

CHAPTER III. 
The most usual Names of Men. 



A Hjn crittts 
Cilici a 
Oeth sem a ne 
Phe ni cj a 
Sa bach tha nl 

Co los il ans 

A) ex an der 
Ar ma god don 

Cap pa do ci a 
Ma ce do ni a 
Sa mo thra ci a 



Dy o nys 1 us 
Syr o phe ni ci an 



Women. 

Pronounced. 

1 
gal la nhe anz 
se lu «he a 

4 
a sing kre tus 
■eli«n e a 
geth sem a nr 
fe nish e a 
sa biak tha nl 

5 
ko losh e anz 

4 
al corz an dur 
ar ma ged dun 

1 
kap pa do she a 
ma4 e <lo ne a 
sa md (Ara she a 

4 
di o nish e us 

4 
slrofenishean 



1 

James 

Job 

Mies 

3 

Charies 
Clark , 

3 
Georga 

4 
Ralph 
6 

JoAn 
1 

Aa ron 
A bram 
A mo9 
A saph 
A sa 

4 
Seth 



1 

Jaifie 
;Del ia"* 
Eu "ice 
Jul la* 
Lucy 
Ma ry 
iPhe be 
;Ra chel 
'Sa raA 
Susan 



1 

Caleb 
Da vid 
£11 

£ phraim 
I saac 
Ja bcz 
Jo el 
Jo naA 
Jo nas 
Jo seph 
Lew is 
Le vi 
Ly man 
Mo se« 
Peter 
Si las 
Si mon 

Titus _ . 

Words in which th has its first or sharp sound. 
11 16 

Lu ther Na than The o dore Jon a than 
CHAPTii.R IV. 
The most usual Names of Women. 



■2 


4 


1 


Dar win 


Ed win 


A sahel 


8 


Ez ra 


2 


Austin 


Fran cis 


Ar chi bald 


Nor man 


Hen ry 


4 


Wul ter 


Jes se 


Am a sa 


4 


Jus tus 


An iho ny 


Al bert 


Leon ard 


Benjamin 


Affred 


Richard 


Fred er ick 


Al vin 


Will iam* 


Greg or y 


Am' brose 


5 


Urn ri son 


An drew 


Hor ace 


Jef for son 


Ash er 


Rob ert 


Lem u el 


Brad ford 


TAom as 


Phin e as 


Dan lei 


6 


Sam u el 


Ejf bert 


Rcu ben 


Sim e on 


Edgar 


Ru fus 


5 


Ed mund 


1 


Josh u a 


Ed ward 


En gene 


01 i ver 



Sol o mon 
Wash ington 

1 
E li as 

£ 11 sha 
Jo si aA 
UriaA 

4 
Au gus tus 
E ras tus 
Sil ve» ter 

1 
E le a zer 
Eb en e zei 
Hez e ki aA 
Jer e mi aA 
Ne he mi aA 
O be di aA 



Na than lei 



4 4 4 

Ann Nan cy Deb o raA 

Al ice Sal ly El ea nor 

Bet i?y 6 Em e line 

Em ma 01 iv« Em i ly 

Es tAer 3 Har ri et 

Fran ces Mar ga ret 1 

Han naA 4 Al ml ra 

Hel en Ab a poll De li laA 

Hul daA Ad a line E li za 

Lyd la Car o line Je mi ma 

Wuiiis In which Ch, has its first or sharp 
.6 3 4 

Ruth Mar tha Cath a rine 

* I, last syllable, like y, consonant. 



Lu ere tiaf 
Ma ri a 
Pa mel la* 
So phi a 
Ur su la 

4 
A man da 
Be lin da 
Cha ril la 
Cla ris sa 

iOMild. 

4 
iE liz a beth 
f h'a 1 ike sAo. 



Lu cin da 
Ma til da 
Re bee ca 
Su san naA 

10 
Lou i sa 
4 
Ma ry Ann 

10 
Jo se phine 



»* IW'W ill-'- 



"lo n 

lire, Ann — 



1 



ronounted. 

1 
I la nhe anz 
lu nhe a 
4 

inff kre tus 
lUn e a 
th Hem a nr 
ni^h e a 
bak tha ni 
5 
losh e anz 

4 
(■s;z an dur 
ma ged dim 

1 
p pa do she a 
M V do ne a 
md (Ara she a 

4 
o nish e us 

4 
o fe nis he an 



Sol o mon 
Wash ington 

1 
E li as 

E li sha 
Jo si aA 
U riaA 

4 
Au gus tus 
£ ras tus 
Sil ves ter 

1 
E le a zer 
Eb en e zei 
He-i e ki &h 
Jer e mi aA 
Ne he mi aA 

be di aA 

4 

1 than iel 



Lu cin da 
Ma til da 
Re bee ca 
Su san naA 

10 
Lou i <a 
4 
Ma ry Ann 

10 
Jo se pbine 



eth 



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CHAPTER V. 

Lesson i. 



15a 




THE P.1SW. 

» black, and ifs l^A "el a V?h".'^r 1 " »^''!''^^'•^ow„.* 1« bill 
kreat leigth of the lo^, .nTnlJb '^ ^ f '"'' "^ " <'°" *"■»»">• The 

« ve,y quiei demean"/, give Ua verv nohl,'"""^ " ='":" '''=""• ""^ 
ance. ' » " " "^l' """'e and imposing appear- 

iBa!? LKinTch?er'„'X„rrr "rl"-' ->l>'»rho«i of Bo,.nr 
»ill. great swmne4when„„ll „,,',' ''''''!'''rl>' «M »nd runi 
«ess of the grevhound I.i,lr.T-' """?'"PP',"t'. « is said, the lie-t- 
.rticle of fo^od and" ii, flLJ ?, ^^.Tf, '"?"'"""' "" ^'o""" "» «» 

Sdei^e-"'"^ °^ "»" "".i-'e^ '^; orort1,^er -hlr^'r;; 

. ^thTai: r."?re&^LTe;rs;:^?e" r •""" t p--^- 

"rhich IS very hard. '"^'^'-s very severe blows with its beak,] 

«^.rh:art"r"^rrst^zr^^^^ 

. deT' r.t"v7 """*• ^"°^""'- ""• Sreat truth = he that is 



11 



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aats! 



Lesion ii. 







^ THE CROWNED CRANE. j 

This larse and beautiful bird is n, native of Wrstern Africn. I:' 
Ls remarkable for its li^lit and elegant proportions, and for its srnce-; 
ful and varied attitudes. Its forelvead is covered by a thick tuft of 
slfort velvety feathers of a sofl and brilliant black ; its naked chetks: 
and temples are of a delicate rose color. i 

the ion? and slender feathers which descend upon its neck, and 
th^ broader ones' which clothe :he upper and under surface of itj:^ 
body, are black with a slight tinge of lead color. Its bill and Icg.s; 

are black. ' 

The crowned crane is extremely tame, and may be easily and, 
readily domesticated. It frequently attains the height of four feet. 

' Our whole life is mad€ up of hoars, days, months, and years ; andv 
if we wish the whole to be good, we must see that each part be 
sood, and then our end will be happy. 

Never laugh at the. ignorance or mistakes of otbers. 

Believe nothine asainst another, but, upon jrood authority ; nov 
report what may hurl another, unless it be a greater injury 'oothers 
to conceal it. 

We may escape the censure of others, when we do wrona: secret- 
ly ; but we can not avoid the reproaches of our own mind. 

Learning is wealth to the poor, and honor to "le rich, and a support 

j A man who gives his children the habitof industry, provides better 
'for them, thnn by t'iving them a large sum of inoney. 
I Prosperiiy gains friends, and adversity tries them. 



W > ^ U\y'^ •**. 



^.H^i4im(fc:fV»ii"f«*^wrt **- 



I 



M 

Q. Wha 
Q. HoH 
namely, « 
Q. Wha 
phabet. 
Q. How 
Q. Wha 
Q. Whi. 
diateiy pr( 
when it is 
ginnin? oi 
Q. Wha 
without th 
Q. WhU 

diately pr< 
»vays a coi 
lowed by i 
UifUi. I is 
lowed by i 
always a c 
w, consoni 



Q. How 

long broad 

in any ; i$b< 

Q. How ; 

short u, as 

Q- How ] 

short u, as 

when it en 

Q. Howi 

horn; short 

in wolf; an 

Q. How 1 

oot proper < 

an obtuse Si 

eu, at the b 

ceded it, as 

Q. How E 

same situati 

.Q. Hown 

and like loi 

diatelf prec 

words tKufti 



, Q-'What 
sounded at I 

Q. How K 
per, 

Q. What 
sounded, as 

Q. Howm 
in toil, boy, li 
excetit ov' 

Q. What ii 
■ounded, aa 

Q,. How m 
aw, ay, ea, e« 

Q. What ii 

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PART VI 

CHAPTER I. 
RUDIMENTS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. 

iXll!*™!* the elements and first principles of Lan«'ua.'e ?-A Letter.. 
-,. How ntAny letters ire thrrp in tho Vn.,\ix. V y'^^n^'^o^' . a. i,euer«, 
namely, «, ft, cfd, e f Vh .it ? En«l'»h Langaage ?~A. Twonty-alx 

Q. Which are the Towet ^-ll^T^Z^u^''^.^'' """"^ f *J!^'^ "7 ""•^f- 
dlateiy preceded hv a^ or'T in V^:. '.fjU"" ^ *w. * "^°'^«' ^''«" " »• »«»"»«- 

when1t*islftiittmfdJle%?«t Vhe^ / '' ■*''*y * ^°'*«^ 

wiLKehdpTf^'^owelT^' "^^ »»«t6r which can not be fully «.unded 
Q- Which Are the consonants'— A R<>if/-.&^i.f 

5uwyi2reS^i*nTo%"*h^^^^ 

f«U.-. /is somSXHoit iinT Lti'toundi^ ^1°"*^' " *" *7* if' V" 
lowed by another vowel in •« nn,™«^" .f"J.'^® »' con«>n*n^ wliea ftol, 

always a consonlnTThenSrSXdbvii^"^'^^"^ ^^ 

w, consonant, as In ,u?tt ^""^^^"^ ^^ «' »"<* ''hen not sUent, i» Bounded likfl 

OftheJiffereM Sound$ of the VoweU. 



in any • shorf .• .« i„ """"» -^ '" man ; snon Droo 
5-V?°r,?J"?y ^^l?"**' Ba8jC?_A. Five; lon^ w |„ 



flat, as In ^ , 
Aort«, aa 



Q. How many sounds has r/' a *!i» . i^— . • .1 

ao, proper or slLder, genSi^y, when prUedS hv I" T.** L!^'*' "»»"«; 
an obtuse sound, as in 6uff ; short eiw ?nS, • .V/Ik*^]" •*^ ' •*«*'* ••• •' 
SelKTn'-^r/i-r^^^ wT.lk?ciaioSf£^,SJn'^^^^^ /- 

»^l'eX.X^i7n'^^^^^^ the ..u. that u would bar. to the 

aM°eToT^gene?2l^"Jhin uS^^^^^^^^^ long, .a Inlfy ; .hort,M,„«^. 
dialely preclded b^riSrlftl*"^^^^^^^ u«leaalS2e: 

words J[uUipiy, o«i/;.^;rpt" . ^*^ *"^ ^'**'» »' " *« 0or^,^d lu the 

soS;dYd\*J the*sa£i'fiml * ''• " ^^ ^"^ ""'«»" oTlK^Towel. In one .yUable. 
^^Q. How many Icinds of diphthong, are there /-A. Two ; ^^ .„d ,«^. 

so?nd'S'isonn':f'''*'^*'*'°"«^^-^- « «» »«>•* «" which both roweU are 
4„S* •??* '?*"y pro^jer diphthongs are there »— A Poiif . *.• - 

ixc^i Jj!" ''"'' ^"^ '' »»"* •" •^^^'o.n.'dThthoV .« .S'iSi.SS ^iir^ 

•o^dl^tl'TiXt'r *"P'*'°"» '-^- « »• »»»•* »" Which but on. Towel i. 
Q. iiow many improper diphthongs are there ?— A T..n«- «.- 



tS? 



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liUDIMENTS OF TIIE^ ENGUsS LAN'GtJAGE. 



leu. 



Uoy, in buoy, is the only proper 



nlc. sounded at the same time, a.-* itu in 
triphthwjgf. 

f. „ 0/ the different Soundt of the Consonant*. 

iJ^^SiS'^^ilS'* '"^^•-^- ''"'^'''^ P-P«r. labial sound, « in 6«Ae 
'i. ILnv many sojiiids has C?— A. Four ; a soft sound like ,, before e i anri 
^ ,ri a hard ;>Qund like k, at the end cf a word or syllable, and before a o u l 

Uh' a?ci; 'iVnH ';?." **' r^r ^"^'°^"^ *'y ^'»' '«'''• "' 'o«%nd™eded by 
Uio aixent ; and the sound of jr m some words, c is sometimes sifent. ^ 

fi /r* J*-*^™»Ry j'ounds has X>?— A. Four; its proper, dental sound as in 

6old I the *ound of dj when it e".ds an accented syllable, follow4 W lonJ « 

»pd ^.ometimes the sound ol j in the same situation ; and the sound /fWthe 

terwnation, «/ when it U preceded by the .harp consonants «Ta,« V.* 

or by cA, gh, pk, ,A. or sharp <.V. D is sometimes silent. "'' ' ^' *' '' *' 

f tor. ttules relative to the dilferent soun-ls of ed, see Chapter 11. Part IV 1 

ti. How many sounds has F?—a.. One; its proper, sharp, labial sound ^^, 

c^>t mof, pronounced <« ; but when of is joined to^AcVe, t J^, Xrthe/?^: 

tflin» Its proper sound, i*' is never silent. »"«r«, lucy re 

tt. Wvow many sounds has O ?— A. Two ; a soft sound like ,-. before e i and .. • 

^.!i' h"^ """"^"^ t" ""''^ ha? if ?— A. One, which i$ only a forcible breathin- be 

wl^ntf*"" """"^ ""'"'^* ***' •^•"'^' °"*' '*^ ^'■''P"' '^^^^''l ^o"nd. J is neve 
w^^'s^drnSre n!"^ ^^ ^'''^' °"''' **' P'°P''' ^"""""^ '''''"'^- -K"'' '^ 

soS'et?mesTiS.'^'""*' ^*' ^ ^~^" °"*' '** ^™P"' '''»"'''' ^^"^*^ '*""'*• "^ '« 

n«?;r"'lw*« ^ ^"y"^' ^"^ ^'r-^- ""*' "• P"P '^' liquid, nasal sound. Jtfis 
never suent, except m mnemonic* .r -» , w» 

Q. How many sounds has jNT.'— A. Two ; a simple, pure, linuid, nasal sound 
harrf" r'^i.r^!"^''""'^ and rnixed sound like sharp n«, wiien folio we.1 bye 
hard, *, 9. or x, ju a monosyllable, or in an accented syUable, as in uncle, bank 
conquer, anxious. N is always silent al the end of a word prccede>l by / or m 

ti. How many souni^ has p.^_a One, its proper, labial sound, except in 
awpboari and, cupboard, in which it is soun led like 6. P is always silent hp- 
tv*>^n m and t in the same syllable, and before n, ., and t, at theLSiL of 
w<,i:ds, and m some otiier situations. "^ucbuuungoi 

ali^av^'^nllo^'il h*l"""' n'^f *^ •^^' ^"^i ''^'''^ '" *^*' °^ *''« S""""-"! *• It is 
SIM ays toiiowet by n. O is never silent. 

th?^]^T ?»»»y.«'"nfl» ^a* « '-A;. Two ; a rough, gutt'.ral, liquid sound at 
the beginning ot words and syllables, or before a vowe ; alsmooth. cultural 
sound at the end of words and syllables, or before a consc Aant ; r« atthe end 
of wowis, u sounded like ur. R is never silent. 

Q How many sounds has S?— A. Four ; a sharp, hissing, dental sound ; a flat 

sound, like z ; the sound of «A when followed by .a. ic,1o eou, or Ion- m an I 

isS';'^^/ K 5r the accent and another ., or by /, n, or r ; a id sometimes when 

,h)Howed by u, untlcr the accent ; and the sound of xh, when followed by in. 

Sent"* "'" "' " P"""""^®*^ ^y the accent and a vowel. S is sometimes sil 

.omi i".^*"'*!!? '?'!!''*•'' ii*? ^.•"'^- '^'»''««5 '*' P^'oi'er, dental sound; the 
sound c.f ,A, when followed by ,a, le, or io, and precefled by the accent and 
the -sound Uh, when followed by ,a, le, or ,o, an.l preceded by the accent and s 
% ^' an'i. when folloiveil by long «, and precede! by the accent. T is always 
tin - ^^ followed by /c or en, and preceded by t, and in some other situa- 

«h?/.^r*w°]i*"L*'*""'**' ***'; F.'~A. One, its proper, laoial sound, which is 
that of flat/, y is never silent, except in sevennight. 

.. '^:}i^^ ™?.Qy sounds has W^ when a consonant ?- A. One, which is Rtarly 
"'^tT Hi"''' ^ '' a'ways r^iicht Deiorer, and in some other situations. 
«,«^;h,viTl,"?*"^ sounds has A'?-A. Three; a sharp sound like*., when in ai 
mo..osyllable, or when it ends a word or syllable with the accent on It, either 

-*■■"■ ■' •■ n-T II r III! i ^ ■ _^__ _ i 



iSS 



An 




jprimar) 
I with an 

I pyan a( 
|in Gree 

Udoux ani 
Q. Ho 

|that of e 

il > «o 

of*A, w 

! a vowel. 
IJQ/" the d,j 

,, Q. Hot 
ll<A ; and ( 
„ Q. Hov 
\\9h is nev 
I Q-How 
flat sound 
Q. How 
[sound lik« 
is never s 
' Q. How 
I, Q-How 
land sAou^i 
times th^" < 
Q. How 
tlStephen, in 
I times the r 
,1 Q. How J 
jthe sound o 
Ijby ia, ie, 0] 

^«te, far, 

n ^ ^ .« 
I no, nor, no< 

figure 1 rep: 

o/«M 3, th 

short broa 

short 00 or 

made by e 

made by |-. 

I Q- How an 

jin Roman wh 

Q How art 

Q- What so 



• Q. What do 

torm sentence 

; Q- What is , 

"■nables.a*-,^ 

'■d. How mar 

I Q. What is a 
"dical stock o' 

I Q- What is ; 

o TiVk*"** son 
i. Q- What is a 

Ifrom \rh:.-^!-. _ 

,„ -What is a, 
more Simple or J 
I Q. What is tci 



iMfa 



the only proper 

and, as in hake 

Jefore e, i, andi 
efore a. o, w, I, j 
^d preceded by 
i tiifent. 

I sound, as in 
'^'^d by long u ; 
und off in the 
/» *i p, q, s, X, 

II, Part IV.] 
Jial sound, e«- 
uhere, the/ rfe- 

'oree.i, and y; 
wouU and syl- 
ind before / in 

breathing: be 
: the tnd of a 

1. Jia never 

>vnd. JT is al 

I sound. L is 

1 sound. If- is 

, nasal sound, 
followed by c 
in uncle, bank 
bA by / or m. 
[1(1, except in 
ys sderit be- 
bea:injiing of 

tural k. It is 

uid s^ound at 
joth, guttural 
re, at the end 

sound ; a flat| 
r long M, an i 
letimes wheni 
Uowe;l by in, 
lometimes si- 
sound ; the 
accent ; and| 
accent and « 
T is always 
; other situa 



'lo^ and cAevauxde/H^^ ^^phen, Xerxe,. xLnerS i/^ni"* **>« «°'«nd of , 

O iL"- ^ » "«^er sile'u ' ^*" * consonant ?-a. On« »»,i k . 
,«. How many sounds h»ri'j . ""*» ''"^ch is nearlr I 

■rent Soutula <./■ <x . ^ ' 



nd, which i« 

ich is nearly 

ons. 

I, when in a 

on it, either 

■'■■ ' 



*'»te, fJr, fill ^, « 1 4 J ^ 't^ '*■"* '^^ W^r*. 
1 3' ;«' '*y' ^''t. what-me, rait, her, ther-^ l. ^ « »<> M 
no. nor, iJot. to, good, dove-flh , * g ^ P^ne, pm. ,tir. shire, "rm- 
pignre 1 represents th^ ^r "''®' *"^' "^ie, bull-deii ,, '^ ^ 4 
°,f «•' 3. the i:^2g broad "fnl"""^ ^^^ «' '> «. o. „ Va!^' ^^'^^-^y' system 

S:|f--o,th;^^ffij|;^^^4^^ 

I Q. How are proner dmK»K / « . «na u, the sound of short * i 

jin Roman whenever fhli^''*'^*'"^" defined ?~a r« k *u ' 

§ {ir."« "h« ^^^^^^^^^^ ■ "^ '^°''"'' ''^'^"^ Panted 

»i- What sound has * »hl„ P'^t'ngru shed »— a n,* i. p f »cu 

'e. How many kinds «f « ^ ' ^^"'o' °»ore syllable. I 

radical ioU' o i'^'"""*^* word '-a It • ' •^'""""'' d.r^«/.Ve,| 

-11 11 .jn.1,1.. 



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in order to dUtingwiith it from other letters or syllables in the snmc word. Ac 
cent i-i either Primary or Secondary. Primary accent is that which .li:>tingui3he< 
one syllable or letter from all others in any particular word. Secondary accent 
isaless forcible stress of Toice than the Primary, which we often place on 
another syllable in wx>rds of three or more syllablft*, to pronounce it more dis- 
tinctly and forcibly than we do unaccented .syllables. 

RULES FOR SPELLING. 

The Plurali of Now^- Participles, Present Tense arid Preterit 0/ Verbs, the C0m- 

pa^^ive And Superlative Deexees of jSdjcetives. 

I. Those words which end with y, preceded by a consonant, change the y to 
i, a^dafy, rflUi'oa ;fnurry, marries ; avarcmty, guartuildee ; hurry, hurried ; happy,\ 
hmppier, happit$l. In the pre-^eait or imperfect Participle the y is retained, that! 
I may not b« tloubled, as marrying, hurrying, i 

II. When v i^ preceded by a vowel, it should not be changed in (he Plurals,! 
Purticlpl«s,#r«ent iTen#e, and Preterit, asjot/*, moneys, attorneys, valleys, de-j 
itfys.tj^i, j»iirn«yingi jnumf^fed, dovtd; except iin toy, ;»(«/, and.»oy, which aro: 
iiiLTtitid laid, paid, said, 

III. Those:Words which end wjth y, preceded by a consonant, upon assiuiing 
an additional syllable beginning with a consonant, generally change y to i, as; 
memj, unerrimeut ; kajtpy, hutgipiTtcss, ,But when y is preceded by a vowel, it U 
seliio'm clunged, &i joyful, enjfuwnfint, 

' IV. MonosyUahles, ai^d wojjds aqcented on the la»t syllable, wh»ch end with 
a single covwonant pr«ce(ied by a Siifigie vowel, double that, consonant, when 
they take another syllable beninning with a vowel, as run, running, admit, id- 
mitim&rv^er, rtrferred. But if a diphthong precede, or the accent be oa the 
piecaaing syllable, the consonant remains single, as rain, raiwng, tad, toUing. 
liiffer, differing, benfijit, benejited, prohibit, prohibited, dean, cleanest ; except the 
letter l, which is generally doubled, whether the accent^be on the last syllable 
or n ot,; as Irora/, tr««eUer, travetii»gt travelled; rival, rivaUing, rivalled, 4-c., and 
y, in thQy/<}Ti&.worah^^p«r,,iWorshipping, worshipped ; kidnapper, kidnapping, aiid 
kidnapped, 

CHAPTER II. 



NUMBERS AND FIGURES. 



i 



LETTBXI. 
1 

II 
III 

IV 
V 
VI 
VII 
VHI 
IX 
X 
Xi 
XII 
XKI 
XIV 
XV 
XVI 
XVII 
XVIII 
XIX 
MDCCCXLII 



navKs 

I 

3 

3 

4 

6 

6 

T 

8 

9 

10 

II 

13 

14 
1.5 
16 
17 
18 
19 



KASIXS, 

one 

two 

three 

four 

five 

six 

•even 

eight 

nine 

ten 

eleven 

twelve 

thirteen 

fourteen 

fifteen 

aisteen 

seventeen 

eighteen 

nineteen 



LETTERS. 

XX 

XXX 

XL 

L 

LX 

LXX 

LXXX 

xc 

c 

cc 

ccc 

cccc 

D 

DC 

Dec 

DCGC 

DCCCC 

M 



riouRxs. 

30 

30 

40 

60 

60 

70 

60 

90 
100 
300 

aoo 

400 
600 
600 
700 
800 
900 
1000 



NAMES. 

twenty 

thirty 

forty 

fifty 

sixty 

seventy 

eighty 

ninety 

one hundred 

two hundred 

three hundred 

four hundred 

five hundred 

six hundred 

seven hundred 

eight hundriHl 

nine hundred 

one thousand 



OF 



1942 . . one thousand eight hundred and forty-two. 

CHAPTER III. 

THE PAUSES AND MARKS USED IN WRITING AND PRINTING. 



A. comma, . . - 
A semicolon, - - - 
A colon, . . - - 
A period, - - - • 
A note of interrogation, 
A note of exclamAtion, • 
A hy{)hen, - - - 
A parcnihcois. 
An ai>o»tvophe, 
An .i-terisk, - - - 

ACBiCt, - - 



A qttotntiot), - 
A section. 
An index, 
A paragraph, - 
The bracbets, 
An obelisk. 
An ellip»i5, ^ 

A brace, - 

A diaeresis, 



« 



- fur 









, 



Q. Wh 

must sto] 

the colon 

Q. Wh 

IS asked, 

tone of \ 

IS, •« Is t 

ih« ijuest 

ir, a the 

end of tl: 

will ye di 

Q. Wh 

prise, or 1 

Q. Wh< 

ink-stand 

word iiw 

of anotht 

former pa 

Q. WliJi 

which sho 

the sentei 

Q. -Whj 

as, a man^ 

ij, /Ao' fo] 

Q. Wi,a 

marks, ar< 

at the boti 

Q. Wha 



been omiti 

Q. Wha 
from some 
Q Wha 
parts. 

vi. Whai 
attention, 
Q. Whai 
subject. 

Q. What 

tory ; or w 

Q. What 

word are 01 

it is called 

Q. What 

Q What 

vowels, to 

Q. What 

every book 

proper nam 

&c. ; all ad 

gmning of' 

noun I, and 

of the week 

Q. How s 

or letters ii 

them Jiy th( 

lines. 



ab: 

A. or Ans. A 
A. A. S. F 
American 
yS., B. Bachel 



^ 



no word. Ac- 
ti.li^tinguishei 
condary accent 
>ften place on 
ce It moie du- 



eric, the C»m- 

hange the y to 
irriei ; happy, 
retained, that 

in (he Plurals,! 
Bys, ttUleys, de-' 
tay, which are 

ipon as$vmin<,'l 

ang« y to i, &6 

a vowel,, it is 

hJch end with 
i.'iortant, when 
ing, admit, td- 
;eiit be on the 
ig, tail, toiling. 
$1 ', except the 
>e last syllable 
tailed, 4'Cm and 
duapping, atid 



NAMU. 

renty 

U-ty 

irty 

:ty 

xty 

venty 

,t!;hty 

inety 

le hundred 

iro hundred 

iree hundred 

lur hundred 

ve hundred 

s hundred 

;veii hundred 

ght hundr(Hl 

iiie hundred 

ne thou&and 

id forty-two. 

PRINTING. 
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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN WRITING AND PRINTING. 

Tn,?;T.*l*tv!! mIH'^"^ ^^^ comma ?_A. To denote that the reader's voice 
Tnn 1.^)^ time of pronouncing of>t syllable ; the semicolon two syllables •! 
the colon/ovr ; andr the period six syllables. »j«ai>ies , 

Q. What is the use of the inteno-jation point.'— A. To denote th«t iin«..*ti«»' 
.s asked, and the end of the sentence preceding it fhouW be read w th^ra S 

1-. 18 cnaries sick ?' ^Ye^. «« D6 you think he w 1 recover ?" No. IJut h 
question be a.ked hy who, u,hick, what, lu^w, trhy, when, where, Xrf^^^^^^ 



IS 

ih« 
)r. 



end of tlie sentence should be read with a depr««iorro7the voice, as. " Whv 

run?" »»»»»»/ 

-A. To denote wonder, s»r- 



I will ye die ?" •» How did he 

f Q. What is the use of the exclamation point' 
pri.ve, or admiration, »s, O death ! 

inv ^t^^H** u- "'f "^ *1?® i^yv^fn ?-A. To connect compound words, t' 

::^Y."w'ritL'\?^Se"en1o?orirn°erUd^ 

flrrr%«;t JSIS^^' '^ ^'^^^' « Se-lifot^r VL"cii!aSrffi 

^-v^' ,,^i'''' 1^ ^u^ ^^^ f ^^^ parenthesis ?-A. It includes something exnlanatorv 

which should be read m a weaker and quicker tone of voice than 'W^stft? 

'^f/ « r'f*^' */l'* *^*^^! if omitted, would not ob.<cu?e the senic 

Q. -What IS the u^e of the an<)stroi>he :-A. To denote the i,os«.».ivP ra... 

ultlXlaXr"" '' '^"°^^ '^' ""'^^•^" «^ '^ ^''"- - letieSr^Ts'iT^'o":; 

Q. What Is the use of the asterisk ?— A. The atttritk nAW.-.t .../i ».-«„ -+i. 

Q. What is the use of the caret ?-A. To denote that aome letter or word has 
been omitted through mistake, as maner. 

fro'S^ ^^e'i'the'aSo/. ' ^"^"^^^^^ •-^- ^° ^«-*« * ^^^'^ »' P«-f « taken 
pa?ts.^***^ " ^''^ *"* °^ * *^''"°" --^ ^° ''•^'de a chapter or dJacourae into 
attention** " ^^^ ""* °^ *^^ '"^^^ ^-*- '^° P°'"' »"» ^«»*t ^eq««'« p«rtlcul.r| 
suSec?**** " *^® "'* °^ ^^^ paragraph ?-A. To denote the beginning of a new 

Q. What is tlieuseof the brackets ? — A. Thev inr1iiH» EAmo*ki> i 

'°o^ ''^'^'}^^\V'^^^'^f deficiency, or co'rre?^^siml"mltTe^'''"^ "«**"'- 

Q. What IS the use of the ellipsis .?~A. To denote that so^e lctt-r« »n . 

U KaTed°?^iLS •• " " '^^^ "*^ '° *^^°°^« " "'»"^*'" or^SpS'^'thin! 

§• K trTse^^oJ\«hSfi;;t>Il-rinuro?i' IkTlSteTo?'; 
^''.r^^;K^*^°^ "^** ^**«7 ^«^«nS t° two distinct sydel **"*' °^ *''*' 

Q. What words should begin with a capital letter ?_A T\m- fi«.f „^.. i .«• 
every book, cha|)ter, letter, note, or sentence ; thVappellationl o?7he Te tv 
CK^lu"^^' r* P*?°^*- J?^"=^' 'fountains, rivers, falces, sea"t ocean. ^SJ 

o^rwrera'lfd'mas^^t^^^ar^^^^ 
Q. How should Italic and Capital letters be designated in writino- >_* W/^wi 

t°h.i^'il"»i"*^"^.^ to be printed in J«-i.c shoulFhaV; onl^ ne°dV7wA ?nd^ 
them ».y the writer ; for small capitals, two lines, and for CAPItSs, "hrS 

CHAPTER IV. 

ABBREVIATIONS USED IN WRITING AND PRINTING. 



A. or Alts. Answer 

A. A. S. Fellow of the 

American Academy. 
A. B. Bachelor of Arts 



Abp. Archbishop. 
Acct. Account. 
A. D. In the year of 
Lord. 



our 



S 



aas 



Al. Alabama. 

A. M. Master of Arts ; be- 
fore noon ; or In the 
year of the world. 



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ABBR£VIA'rrONS USED IN WRimxJ AND PBINTINg7 



Apr. April. 
Atty. ittornej. <> 

|Auj,'. August. 

Uart. Baronet. 
|M)1. Barrel. 

B. C. Before Christ. 

a. D. Bachelor of Divinity 

B. V. Bleweu Virfjin. 
|0. or cpnt. a hundred. 
iCant. C'antaclos. 
|Capt. Captain. 
jO. A. S Fellow of the 
I Connecticut Academy. 
Ca-sh. Cashier. 
Chap. Chapter. 
Chron. Chi'onicle*. 
01. Clerk, or Clergyman. 
Co. Company, or County. 
Col. Colonel, or Collector. 
Com. Commissioner, or 

Commodore.. 
Con. Jn-opposjtion. 
Const. Con?>iable. 
Cor. Corinthians. 

C. P. S. Keeper of the 
! Privv Seal. 
iCr. Cr^Hit. or Creditor. 
!<v S. Keeper of the Seal. 
'.;(;. or Conn. Connecticut. 
cts. CenU, 

cwt. -;/.un: red weight, 
D.C„ Disicvct of Columbia 

D. D. lioct r of Divinity 
Dea. Deflco:>v 
Dec. December, 
Deg. Degree^ 
Del. Delaware. 
Dept. Deputy. 
Deut. Deuteronomr. 
Do. or Ditto. The same. 

Dr. Doctor, or Debtor. 

E. East. 

Eccl. Eccleiiastes 

Et. Edition, or Editor. 

E. G. For Example. 

En,'. Enjfland, or English. 

Lp. Epistle. 

Eph. Ephesians. 

Eis. Esaias. 

E»q. E-*quire. 

Etc. And so forth. 

E.v. Example, or Exodus, 
,Exr. Executor. 
jFeb. February. 
I Fig. Piijure. 
Flor. Florida. 

Fr, Fjance, Trench, or 

Francii. 
F, R. S. Fellow of tht 
Royal Society 'Eng. f 
tta. or Geo. Georffla. 
Gal. Gal Uians. 



Gov. Governor. 

^'r ^- J^^P'ff® tJ»e King 
[of Encrlaiid.l * 

Heb. Ilebrewa. 

H. B. M. Her or ; Bri- 
tannic majesty. 

hhd. Hogshead.' » 

H. H, S. Fellow of the 
Historical Society. 

Hon. Honorable. 

hund. Hundred. 

Ibid, in the aame pJlace. 

1. e. that l8. 

idi the same. 

111. Illinois. 

Ind. Indiana. 

Inst. Instant. 

I^a. Isaiah. 

I. T. Iowa Territory. 
' Ja. JamsA. 
Jac. Jacob. 
Jan. Japuaiy. 
Jno. John, 
Jos. Joseph 
Josh. Jo^ ua, 
Jun. Juniur. 
K Kin^r. 

Km. Kih«doia. 

Kt. Knight. 

Ky. Kontuck/, 

L. Lord, or Lady. 

La. or Lou Louisiaisa. 

Lara. Lamentation*. 

Lat Latitude. 

lbs. PouHd.s 

L. C. Lower Canada. 
ILdp. Loid.ship. 
JLev. Leviticus. 

lh)\xt Lieutenant. 
Lf.. D. Docter of Lawfe 
Lou Longitude. 
Lon.; London. 
L. S. Mace of the Seal. 
M. Thou ;md, or Marquis. 
Maj. Majoi. 
Mar. March. 
Mass Massachusetts. 
Mat. Matthew. 
Math. Mathematics, 
M. B. Bachelor of Physic 
M. C. Member of Con- 
gress [U, S.l 
M. D. Doctor of Physic 
Md. Maryland. 
Me. Maine. 

Messrs. Gentlemen, or 

Sirs. 

Mich. Michigan. 
Miss. MiasisslppL 
Mo. Missouri 
M. P. Member of Pat 
liam^nt [Eng.] 



i/^I^' Vr' ***"?** - i lament rEnir.l 

Gen. Ge.ieraU or GetesJs. Mr. Master, or Mi,ter 

[Oeo. George. |m. S. Manuscript. 



JMSS. Manusr ipts. 

\S. North. *^ 

N, A. North > merica. 

N. B, Take Notice. 

N. C. North Ciirolina. 

N.E, North East. 

Nem. con. Unanimously. 

N. H. New Hampshire. 
<• J. New Jersfjy, 

No. Nlimber 

|Nov. NovemlMT. 

N. S. New StySa 

S.W Northwest. 

N. W. T. North Western 
Territory, 

N. T. New York. 

O. Ohio. 

Obj. Objection. 

Obt Obedient. 

Oct. October. 

O. .•?. Old Style, 
Pari, Pailiament. 
Pa. or f^nn. Pennsyl- 
vania. ' 

t»F*hey«Td. 

::^sr .^ it ly th« ?: undred 

I'V'iL Fsi.vlippians, or 

' rl „:>p, 

;?b:tf;ai. Lover of Leam- 

i.\ M. Post Master, or Af- 
ternoon. 
P- O. Post Office. 
Po.st. after. 
Prey. Pre.sident. 
Pro. in f&vor of. 
Prob. Problem 
Prof. Professor. 
P. S. Postscript. 
Ps. Psalm. 

Q. Question, or Queen, 
q-d. As if he should say. 
q. 1. As much as you 

please. 
Qr. Quarter, 
q- «• A sufficient quantity 
ftegr. Register. ' 

Rep. Representative. 
Rev. Reverend, or Reve- 
lation. 
R. L Rhode Island. 
Rom. Romans. 
Rt Hoji. Right Honora. 
I ble. 

|. South, or Shillinir 
5. A. South America. 
Sam, Samuel. 
S. C South Carolina. 
S. E. South East. 
Sec. Secretary. 
Ser.t. .'?<5"j = -.s-. 

Sen. Sen •♦'.r,' or Senior. 
-Sept Se; ,ber. 



fSerg-. Serg 
liServt. Sei 
jSmedie. 
»i:rc'ed «> 
I J ss. lo vvit ; 

'*S T D. jb, 



riNG. 

iscApta. 

1 America. 

Notice. 
Carolina. 
I Eatt. 

Unanimously. 
tJaoipshire. 
er!?fly, 

tyle, 

I West. 

orth Western 

'ork. 

:>n. 
nt. 

rie. 

sent. 

n. Pennsyl- 

as per yard, 

th»; / imdied 

[•jiiana, or 

«r of Leam- 

aster, or Af- 

fice. 

ni. 

of. 

a 

)r. 

pt. 

or Queen, 
should Hay. 
h as you 

nt quantity 
r. 

itative. 
d, or Reve- 

land. 

St Hoitora-i 

lillinif 

i«rica. 

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Serff. Sergeant. 
ijServt. Servant. 
IjSinedie. No day or 
^iircKil on. 

j 2,>;- to wit ; namely. 

» .1 U. Doctor cf 1>» 

«• T. P. Proff. isojT of 
vjnity. 
VV. Soutli ^Va« 



jTenn. Tennessee. 

*i IT.**®**- Thessalonlans 
time Thos. Tliomas. 
Tim Timothy. 

ult^hte^*"*^«- 



Li. 



fy. S. United States, 
^. or Vidf?, See. 

ic yi;^ini». 
IT J I. by trey of. 
Ivij;. to vfk ; namel 



W. West. 

W. I. West Indies 

Wm. William. 

wP-aJ^^'^l^'P- il 

tor ^'•«°n»J« ^wi '* 

jwt. weight. 

j.vd. yard. ! 

*c. and 80 forti 



>r Senior. 

T.